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Appetite for Art was a fundraiser for both the Sooke Food Bank and the new Youth Arts Scholarship established by the Sooke Fine Arts Society. - Jack Most
Appetite for Art was a fundraiser for both the Sooke Food Bank and the new Youth Arts Scholarship established by the Sooke Fine Arts Society.
— image credit: Jack Most

It appears someone, namely myself, didn’t look at the date on submission guidelines for the Sooke Fine Arts Show.

When mentioning the jurors in the March 12 story entitled, “There arts are incredibly alive and well in Sooke” the jurors listed were from the 2013 submission information package.

Catherine Keogan informs us that the 2014 jurors have not yet been selected.  We will inform you when they are chosen.

The photo cutline states the work comes from members of the Sooke Community Arts Council and while this is true, they were not the only ones with works at Appetite for Art. Submissions came from Sooke region artists.

The deadline for 2014 SFA submissions is June 9.

And lastly to re-emphasize, the event was a fundraiser to benefit the new Youth Arts Scholarship established by the Sooke Fine Arts Society.

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