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Biscuitfest Art Contest Is Open!

We love Biscuitfest around here, because we love biscuits and we love festivals but mostly because we love biscuits. And we also love art, because, really, who doesn't love art? So the combination of art and biscuits sounds like a sure winner to us. If it does to you, too, then you need to get on this contest -- you've got five weeks to create something amazing.

The International Biscuit Festival 2014 Art Exhibition Announces Call for Submissions
 
KNOXVILLE, TENN- The International Biscuit Festival 2014 has begun accepting submissions for the Festival's Biscuit Art Exhibition. The exhibition will open May 2, 2014 and last through May 31, 2014. The deadline for entries is April 1, 2014. 

The International Biscuit Festival celebrates that most perfect of foods - the Biscuit.  The Festival draws over 20,000 biscuit lovers to downtown Knoxville each year and was selected the #1 Food Festival in the U.S by Livability.com.  The event has been featured in Southern Living, Garden and Gun, the New Yorker, the New York Post, as well as CNN.

The Biscuit Art Exhibition will feature artwork with a Biscuit theme.
Submissions are open to all artists 18 or older and works may be created in all 2D and select 3D media. For more information on the competition's entry process, visit Biscuitfest.com/biscuit-art.
 
The exhibition will be juried by David Butler, the executive director of the Knoxville Museum of Art, and Cindy Spangler, the former Collections Manager for the Ewing Gallery at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
 
The selected Biscuit artwork will be exhibited at Rala, Bliss Home, and other participating merchants located throughout downtown Knoxville.  One Best in Show award and two Merit awards will be presented on May 2, 2014. A total of $2,000 in cash prizes will be awarded.

 For more information about the International Biscuit Festival, go to biscuitfest.com, or contact us at info@biscuitfest.com.


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