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Arts On The Move

Salem Arts Association Has a New Home.

by Dinah Cardin (April 2020)

When describing his playful multimedia art pieces, artist Paul Nathan says, “There’s a certain...happiness." A dynamic collage features a parade more suited for New Orleans passing in front of the Salem Custom House. “They are light and joyous, but not simple,” says Nathan. This could be a good description for Salem itself at times.

A story full of serendipity has been unfolding on Derby Street in Salem. It started when Nathan retired from his work as a lawyer a couple years ago and turned his law office (an 18th-century yellow clapboard building near the water) into the Paul Nathan Gallery and Museum, where he could sell his original artworks and greeting cards stamped with his work. But he wasn’t seeing enough foot traffic. Then one day, when Salem Arts Association president Jim Bostick wandered in. a friendly conversation sparked a historic moment for the arts in Salem. Fast-forward to April of this year and the SAA has a new 2,600-square-foot home across the street from the Salem Maritime National Historic Site and near landmarks like the House of the Seven Gables and Mercy Tavern.

In contrast with the Rockport Art Association, which began in 1921, Salem’s is the youngest on the North Shore, formed in 2007 by a group on Artists’ Row. The Salem Film Fest and Salem Jazz and Soul Festival were starting up at the same time. The SAA now has a membership of more than 300, representing artists living all over the North Shore.

The organization has been housed in several locations, the most recent being a former Universalist church on Bridge Street. “Our openings were incredibly well attended. It was a really good feeling. But after the opening, nothing” says the organization’s vice president and exhibition curator. Heather Stewart, who lives in Lynn and focuses on Realist paintings.

Stewart is thrilled to have a more permanent home with 11 galleries, space for classes and workshops, and even an artist-in- residence program.

“I consider this a story of growth,” says Bostick, who works as a photographer and designer. One common goal is to bring back the community “clubhouse" feel that existed on Artists’ Row, when musicians would just turn up on a Friday, says Bostick, the new location includes a patio filled with potential on Kosciusko Street. Sunlit galleries are named after a few of the 50 wharves where goods were offloaded from Salem ships traveling all over the world, A first-floor gallery is named in memory of active Salem artist Ellen Hardy, considered the driving force behind the association. Bostick credits Hardy with saying “The word arts has an s for a reason." Keeping this in mind, the association is looking into expanding their offerings, even turning their basement into a black box theatre. “Ellen is smiling down on us.” says Bostick of his friend, who died in 2017. “None of this would have happened without her.”

The SAA has gained traction with a busy calendar of events, like their annual show inspired by a chosen exhibition at PEM. In Oc­tober, there is a fitting Dark Arts exhibit And in the spring is the playful Salon des Refuses, a tradition that started last year, featuring works turned down by the Salem Arts Festival. Now, when an artist’s work is rejected, the city hands them a flyer for the Salem Arts show, says Bos­tick, adding that this opportunity is a tradition going back to the French Academy.

On April 3, the public can attend the first member showcase in the new location. “I feel really strongly about letting people show their work," says Stewart, who has acted as juror, curator, and critic for exhibitions at prominent galleries in the region.

Bostick is coming to the end of his three- year term as president and is happy to hand off the SAA stronger than he found it. Some of that is due to hard work and some to the magic of Salem. In the meantime, the building also houses a small gallery just for Paul Nathan's work. “I think it s a win-win all around," says Nathan. "I see this as an adventure. The more people you have, the more energy."

May 2023 - Vibrant Art Scene Blooms in Salem - Northshore Magazine

September 2021 - Destination Salem Podcast Featuring Salem Arts Association and Artoberfest - Northshore Radio 104.9

March 2021 - Salem Arts Association Welcomes New Director and Artist in Residence - Creative Northshore

September 2020 - Salem Arts Announces Two New Exhibits - Northshore Magazine

July 2020 - Salem Arts Grand Opening Member Showcase Salem Access Television (SATV)

May 2020 - Salem Arts Association Launches Virtual ExhibitNorthshore Magazine

May 2020 - Gallery, Never Opened Due to COVID, Launches Online - Salem News

April 2020 - Arts On The Move - Salem Arts Association Has a New Home - Northshore Magazine (download PDF)

February 2020 - Salem Arts Association Moves to Derby Street Neighborhood - Salem Gazette

November 2019 - Autumn Member Showcase - Salem Access Television (SATV)

October 2019 - Dark Arts Exhibit - Salem Access TV (SATV)

September 2019 - Picturing America and Dark Arts Exhibitions - Salem Access Television (SATV)

August 6 2019: Dan Breslin Solo Show - Salem Gazette

June 2019 - Salon Des Refuses Salem Access Television (SATV)

May 2019 - Roots Exhibit at Salem Old Town HallSalem Access Television (SATV)

April 2019 - Member Showcase Exhibition at Salem Old Town HallSalem Access Television (SATV)

March 2019 -  Young at Art, Ellen Hardy, Paula Beaulieu, and Scholarship Fundraiser ExhibitSalem Access Television (SATV)

December 2018 - Fall Member Showcase 2018 - Salem Access Television (SATV)

October, 2018 - Two Exhibits: Untold Stories and Dark Arts 10-5-18 - Salem Access Television (SATV)

August, 2018 - Land & Sea, Raymond Gilbert Solo Exhibit - Salem Access Television (SATV)

July, 2018 - Go Away Exhibit - Salem Access Television (SATV)

March 2018 - Inspiring The Arts - Salem Magazine (Download PDF)

January, 2018 - Salem Cultural Council 2018 Grant Recipients - Salem Cultural Council

December 28, 2017 - Reflecting on 2017 Events in SalemSalem Gazette

November 2017 - Salem Arts Association Member Showcase - Salem Access Television (SATV)

July 17, 2017 - Salem Arts Association: ReVision Opening Reception - Salem Access Television (SATV)

May 5, 2017 - ReVISION Exhibit Opening and Awards - Salem Gazette Video

March 9, 2017 - Salem Arts cuts ribbon on new digs - Wicked Local Salem

March 5, 2017 - Grand Opening Festivities on Salem Access Television - Salem Access Television (SATV)

February 22, 2017 - Salem Arts Announces New Move - Salem Gazette 

February 18, 2017 - "The Bridge at 211" Welcomes Salem Arts Association - Creative Salem



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  • Sunday, September 16, 2012 1:54 PM | Ellen Hardy
  • Wednesday, August 22, 2012 9:40 AM | Deleted user
    SEASONS
    September Gallery Exhibit
    A Group show sponsored by the Salem Arts Association

    Please join us for the month of September in our Salem Arts gallery for the "Seasons" art exhibit. The Salem Arts Association "Seasons" art exhibit is a public exhibit all are welcome to come and view the artwork, artists are able to submit up to 2 pieces that have to do with the "Seasons" of the year.

    Each month we have a new art exhibit in our gallery and each month we have a new theme for that exhibit, located on the "Row" as we like to call it, Artists Row to be exact, across from Front St. & on the other side Walgreens in down town Salem, All are welcome to view each exhibit for free. Non-Members are also welcome to submit works of art as well however a small fee is required per submission. Our gallery is is in the same location as the retail store where one can purchase various types of artwork from many of our members. Our August art show called "Seasons" is about the seasons of the year, we hope to inspired not only the members who create submissions for the exhibit but also patrons who love to "eye-ball" art to come in and enjoy the works created for the show!

    For more information about the exhibit "Seasons" please visit our "Call to Art" page where you can download a detail .PDF of the exhibit as well as the submission form for the event. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us!

    Thank you,
    And we hope to see you there!
    SAA-Team



    August 30–September 30, 2012 
    Exhibition reception: Saturday, September 15, 4–6 p.m.
    Exhibit Location: Artists' Row, 24 New Derby St., Unit #4.


    Artists - please see "Calls for Art" for submission details
  • Monday, August 20, 2012 6:49 PM | Deleted user


    August 4 through September 2, 2012

    Artist’s Reception: Sunday August 5 from 2 to 4pm

    Marblehead, MA – Fran Gardino will be exhibiting his large format photography at the Marblehead Arts Association, 8 Hooper Street, Marblehead from August 4- Sept 2 in the Ballroom Gallery.  

    The exhibit "At the Ocean’s Edge” includes seaside photos from his recent visit to Sicily, honoring the year 2012, 100th anniversary of his grandfather’s emigration to Boston. All of Fran’s grandparents were born in Sicily, and those on his father’s side were fisherman.  His ancestors were told that the ocean was “full of gold”, cod that is. The Old Italian expression “America was made for me” indicated the abundance of “new world” resources available to the arriving masses of immigrants.  Fran’s new Italian American expression “Sicily was made for me” refers to the abundance of photographic subjects that he has recently discovered in Sicily, some of which will be shown in this show including a 10 foot long panorama photo on canvas of the yellow rock laden Sciacca Italy coast, and a 7 foot long print of the Capri Harbor sunset.

    Following Fran’s 2010 MAA photo show “Down by the Riverside” in the ballroom of the Hooper mansion, this show represents an expansion of his horizon in several ways. First, there are coastal images from many locations including Boston’s north and south shore, Canadian Maritimes, Martha’s Vineyard and Cape Cod, Grand Isle Louisiana, Malibu California, as well as the Sicilian cities of Sciacca, Taormina and Siracusa.  Secondly, the prints on Moab Unryu rice paper of naturally formed calligraphic markings found on the beach in Brewster MA.  Quoting his friend and calligraphy artist Michiko Imai, “These photos are beautiful and new, unlike any other”.

    Finally, there are several large and small photos printed on Hahnemuhle Bamboo paper. This paper was specially chosen to present the striking tone and detail of his “Cactus Plant over Taormina Bay”.

    The exhibit runs from August 4 through September 2, 2012 with an opening reception on Sunday, August 5, 2-4pm.

    On August 31 Fran invites all to visit the southern end of Revere Beach at sunset for the “Low Sun Moon Celebration” on the occurrence of a simultaneous Low Tide, Sunset and Moonrise, which was inspired by, and the location of Fran’s 10 foot photo image “Revere Beach Sunset” that happens to be currently showing until August 5th in the Off the Wall” exhibit juried by MFA’s Cody Hartley at the Danforth Museum of Art in Framingham MA.

    Fran Gardino

    In addition to having 2 large-scale photo installations at Logan airport, several long panorama photos in the offices of the Charles River Conservancy in Harvard Square, the Mystic River Watershed in Arlington MA and 12 photos in the Wellness Center in Dedham MA, Fran has participated in local solo and group shows with a constantly evolving series of photographic work. His landscape photos reflect the combination of photographic and painterly influences accumulated while earning a BFA in Painting from Mass College of Art.

    All of his panorama photos are shot in multiple shot sequences and stitched together using Photoshop Merge. The images reflect the process of him panning and tilting his camera to capture the scene, much like a cinematographer would capture a movie scene.  Like watching a wide screen movie or TV, his panorama photos are a series of curiosities assembled into one image.

    He has managed to generate an appeal to a variety of age groups, tree huggers and ocean and river lovers and city dwellers alike, through his careful photographic observations, sense of humor, high-octane artistic energy and total devotion to art.  He has shown his work in numerous shows including the Danforth Museum in Framingham, the Print Triennial in Krakow Poland, the Brighton/Allston Historical Museum, Allston/Brighton Open Studios, NewTV and the Vermont Artisans and Gallery 2 in Brattleboro VT.  Jurors from the Boston MFA and DeCordova Museums have accepted his work.

    Fran has self-published two blurb.com photo books named “Paint the Sky Fiery” of the Boston Pops fireworks and “Touch the Sky” of cloud photos taken from the cabin of commercial flights. In the spring of 2012 twenty of Fran’s “Touch the Sky” photos on canvas were exhibited in the Alden B. Dow Museum of Science and Art of the Midland Center for the Arts in Midland MI.  He has hundreds of photos posted on “Google Maps” and “Sewers of the World Unite” websites.

    Fran Gardino

    www.frangardino.com

    ”At the Ocean’s Edge”

    Artist’s Statement

    One year ago, a friend of mine told me of an Ansel Adams photo show at PEM (Peabody Essex Museum) in Salem, MA. We promptly arrived on the first Sunday in June of 2011, only to find that the show was planned for June of 2012.  We had to wait an entire year!

    During the intervening winter, after reading the Ansel Adams autobiography, the dream of my own photo show on a similar subject matter began.  For years, I had already photographed the ocean's edge, primarily in Boston and the surrounding areas.  Coincidentally, I had also planned a trip this past May to Sicily, home of my grandparents on the 100th anniversary of their emigration to the USA.  My father’s ancestors were fishermen and chose Boston due to the fact that the ocean here is “full of gold” --- cod fish, that is.

    My show “At the Ocean’s Edge” at the Marblehead Art Association includes 30+ of my photos of the old and new homelands as well as western USA coastal locations.  The similarities and differences are striking. The photos show the majesty, strength and power of the oceans, of plush coastal seaweed, shellfish and the life sustaining natural wealth of our local oceans and the hardened Sicilian coast.

    As a photo artist, I try to capture the beauty, boldness and elemental spirit of each location.  In the process, it becomes clear to me why my ancestors came to, and stayed in, the USA.  As America was made for them to fish, the ocean’s edges were made for me to photograph.

    FG - June 2012

    www.frangardino.com

    On August 31 I invite all to visit the southern end of Revere Beach at sunset for the “Low Sun Moon Celebration” on the occurrence of a simultaneous Low Tide, Sunset and Moonrise, which was inspired by, and the location of my 10 foot photo image “Revere Beach Sunset” currently showing until August 5th in the "Off the Wall” exhibit juried by MFA’s Cody Hartley at the Danforth Museum of Art in Framingham MA.



  • Saturday, August 18, 2012 4:55 PM | Deleted user


    SALEM, MA--The Salem Arts Association (SAA) announces Seasons, its September Exhibit at Artists' Row, on view from August 30 through September 30, 2012. A public reception for Seasons will be held on Saturday, September 15, at the SAA space on Artists' Row at 24 New Derby Street.

    Seasons
    • Exhibition Dates: August 30–September 30, 2012
    • Opening Reception: September 15, 4–6 p.m.
    • Artists' Row Hours: Thursday, 11 a.m.–7 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m.–6 p.m.; and Sunday, 12–6 p.m.
    • Location: Artists' Row, Building #4, 24 New Derby St, Salem, MA (across from the Lobster Shanty)

    About the Salem Arts Association:
    The Salem Arts Association, Inc. is an entirely volunteer-run nonprofit arts organization. In our mission statement, the stress is on the arts, plural. Artists working in all media and all disciplines are welcome, as are arts lovers, enthusiasts, and patrons. Since incorporating as a non-profit corporation on August 31 2007, Salem Arts Association (SAA) has produced over 40 exhibits, events, and workshops, all free of charge to Salem’s residents and visitors. To date, SAA programming has reached close to 20,000 people. This has been made possible in part through collaborations with numerous local businesses and organizations, including the Art Corner, the City of Salem, Salem Main Streets, the Peabody Essex Museum, the Salem Chamber of Commerce, and Salem State University.

    ____________________
    Julia C. Bookout
    Communications Chair
    Salem Arts Association
    P.O. Box 226
    Salem, MA 01970
    http://www.salemartsassociation.org/
  • Wednesday, August 15, 2012 7:45 PM | Deleted user


    We are very excited to announce our newest addition to the New England Open Market family, the Salem Open Market. No place in the world celebrates Halloween with such fun and magic as Salem, Massachusetts! As the fall landscape unfolds its colorful palette, the fun and excitement of Halloween fills the streets of Salem. The Salem Open Market will take place right smack in the middle of all the festivities. 80 juried vendors will line the cobblestone walkways, streets and parks of this beautifully spooky seaside town.
     
    The market will take place during Haunted Happenings, Saturdays and Sundays, starting the second weekend of October. Scheduled dates are:

    October 13 & 14, 2012
    October 20 & 21, 2012
    October 27 & 28, 2012
    11:00AM - 6:00PM

    Interested in being a vendor at the Salem Open Market? There's just a bit more city paperwork to be completed on our end before applications officially open in mid-August. But no need to wait! Submit your Early Bird Application between now and August 15 and be notified on August 20th! Can't get the application in early? No worries, applications will be juried on a rolling basis throughout the season until all available spots are filled.

    Click HERE to apply early to the Salem Open Market.
    PLEASE NOTE, you will not receive notification of acceptance until August 20th. Early Bird applications are tentative and contingent upon final approval for the Market by the City of Salem.

    More info on the application process HERE

    Have a question for us? Email info@salemopenmarket.com



  • Monday, August 13, 2012 8:26 PM | Deleted user

  • Tuesday, July 31, 2012 7:59 AM | Deleted user
     
    The Salem Arts Association (SAA) is proud to announce its 6th Annual Peabody Essex Museum Complement Show: Off the Top of Your Head.

    SALEM, MA—The Salem Arts Association (SAA) is proud to announce its 6th Annual Peabody Essex Museum (PEM) Complement Show: Off the Top of Your Head, which will be on view from September 8 through September 30, 2012, at the Carriage Barn of the Andrew-Safford House on Salem's Washington Square. The exhibit will feature artwork inspired by the PEM exhibit, Hats: An Anthology by Stephen Jones, and will be juried by Paula B. Richter, Curator for Exhibitions and Research at the PEM. The SAA is grateful to the PEM for the gift of the Carriage Barn as the SAA Complement Show's exhibition space for the second consecutive year.

    The opening reception for Off the Top of Your Head will be held on Saturday, September 8, from 4 to 6 p.m. Live music will be provided by the Bad Actors. There will be a private reception on September 6, from 5 to 8 p.m.

    The PEM’s Hats: An Anthology—a travelling show organized by the Victoria and Albert Museum of London—is a meditation on hats as works of art by British milliner-to-the-stars Stephen Jones. The show displays a multitude of creations for the head, from Sarah Jessica Parker’s lime-green fascinator to plumed bonnets and silk turbans. 

    This range of styles, from the bizarre to beautiful, will provide abundant inspiration for a vibrant complement show of artwork in an array of mediums. In addition to providing a thoughtful meditation on the PEM show, Off the Top of Your Head will offer a local perspective from the British roots of Hats: An Anthology

    The 6th Annual Peabody Essex Museum Complement Show: Off the Top of Your Head
    • Exhibition Dates: September 8–30, 2012
    • Private Reception: September 6, 5–8 p.m.
    • Public Opening Reception: September 8, 4–6 p.m.
    • Location: The Carriage Barn of the Andrew-Safford House, 13 Washington Square, Salem, MA

    About the Salem Arts Association: The Salem Arts Association, Inc. is an entirely volunteer-run nonprofit arts organization. In our mission statement, the stress is on the arts, plural. Artists working in all media and all disciplines are welcome, as are arts lovers, enthusiasts, and patrons. Since incorporating as a non-profit corporation on August 31 2007, Salem Arts Association (SAA) has produced over 40 exhibits, events, and workshops, all free of charge to Salem’s residents and visitors. To date, SAA programming has reached close to 20,000 people. This has been made possible in part through collaborations with numerous local businesses and organizations, including the Art Corner, the City of Salem, Salem Main Streets, the Peabody Essex Museum, the Salem Chamber of Commerce, and Salem State University.

    For more information or to join the SAA, visit http://www.salemartsassociation.org/ or e-mail info@salemartsassociation.org
    SAA contact: Henry Zbyszynski, SAA President, president@salemartsassociation.org/ (978) 783-6591
    Co-chairs for Off the Top of Your Head: Ellen Hardy, Jaclyn White, and Monique Luijben, events@salemartsassociation.org
    ______________________
    Julia C. Bookout
    Communications Chair
    Salem Arts Association
    P.O. Box 226
    Salem, MA  01970
    http://www.salemartsassociation.org/

  • Tuesday, July 31, 2012 7:49 AM | Deleted user
    The Salem Arts Association (SAA) announces Starry Starry Night, its August Exhibit at Artists' Row.

    SALEM, MA—The Salem Arts Association (SAA) announces Starry Starry Night, its August Exhibit at Artists' Row, on view from August 2 through August 26, 2012. The opening reception for Starry Starry Night will be held on Saturday, August 11, at the SAA space on Artists' Row at 24 New Derby Street.

    Starry Starry Night
    • Exhibition Dates: August 2–26, 2012
    • Opening Reception: August 11, 4–6 p.m.
    • Artists' Row Hours: Thursday, 11 a.m.–7 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m.–6 p.m.; and Sunday, 12–6 p.m.
    • Location: Artists' Row, Building #4, 24 New Derby St, Salem, MA (across from the Lobster Shanty)


    About the Salem Arts Association: The Salem Arts Association, Inc. is an entirely volunteer-run nonprofit arts organization. In our mission statement, the stress is on the arts, plural. Artists working in all media and all disciplines are welcome, as are arts lovers, enthusiasts, and patrons. Since incorporating as a non-profit corporation on August 31 2007, Salem Arts Association (SAA) has produced over 40 exhibits, events, and workshops, all free of charge to Salem’s residents and visitors. To date, SAA programming has reached close to 20,000 people. This has been made possible in part through collaborations with numerous local businesses and organizations, including the Art Corner, the City of Salem, Salem Main Streets, the Peabody Essex Museum, the Salem Chamber of Commerce, and Salem State University.

    For more information or to join the SAA, visit http://www.salemartsassociation.org/ or e-mail info@salemartsassociation.org
    SAA contact: Henry Zbyszynski, SAA President, president@salemartsassociation.org/ (978) 745-4850

    ______________________
    Julia C. Bookout
    Communications Chair
    Salem Arts Association
    P.O. Box 226
    Salem, MA  01970
    http://www.salemartsassociation.org/
  • Sunday, July 29, 2012 1:53 PM | Deleted user

    By Holly Aloha Jaynes and Sandra Winter

    The Dames: Honoring The Good Women of Farrell Court, Powder House Court and Roads School is a photography exhibit at the Virginia Carten Gallery at Abbot Public Library, 235 Pleasant Street, in Marblehead. Mixed media artist, Holly Aloha Jaynes photographed sixteen women ages 70-99, who volunteered to be in this exhibit. These woman are brave to show their images and words confronting issues of aging. These are black and white images of dignity, beauty and soul revealing the hearts of these women. The community is invited to meet our guests of honor, the Dames, at the opening reception, Saturday, August 4, from 1-3 PM. Senior citizens are the largest population today, and we need to continue confronting issues of aging and ageism to help reverse the stereotypes for the potential of social change, a critical issue of our time. It’s my hope that these images will dispel the ageist attitudes that continue to dominate our society. Sandra Winter interviewed the Dames and text of each woman accompanies her picture. We are gifted by these courageous women who have found their personal paths and the encouragement to share their thoughts and insights through their images and words.

    In addition Jaynes and Winter just completed a book, The Dames: Honoring The Good Women of Farrell Court, Powder House Court and Roads School, Marblehead MA 01945, to be given to each Dame and their families at the opening reception. The book will also be distributed at libraries, councils on aging and elder services in the area.

    The intergenerational experience of this project are the six students from the Marblehead Community Charter Public School who worked with five of the Dames during their spring enrichment program. Enjoy the Dames of Farrell Court scrapbook, a timeline of a 94 year old and view a video made by the students, who will also be present. We honor the Dames. These women have shown us that old is an accumulation of experience that one does not deny in body or mind.

    Holly Aloha Jaynes is a member of Salem Arts Association and maintains Muse Art Studio in Salem. She is a member of Marblehead Arts Association as well. Sandra Winter is an artist and award winning writer.


    Farrell Court Dames Dora Karachakova, Mary Spelta seated and Betty Ann Downs and Carol Crook, standing
  • Friday, July 20, 2012 8:28 AM | Deleted user

    From Salem Sound Coastwatch:

    Year-long contest begins March, 2012; ends March 1, 2013

    • One-time entry fee is required. You can pay online at our secure site, or send a check.
    • Click here for Complete contest rules and information (PDF 365KB)

    We are pleased to announce a digital photo contest focused on capturing the beauty, essence, nature and uses--in each of the four seasons, of
    Salem Sound and its watershed communities of Beverly, Danvers, Manchester-by-the-Sea, Marblehead, Peabody and Salem.
     
    Our goal is to capture the flavor of Salem Sound, including its watershed. The Salem Sound ecosystem includes the salt marshes, rocky coastline, beaches, waters, harbors and islands in Salem Sound, as well as the upland rivers, ponds and streams that flow into Salem Sound.

    Photos should depict images showing the themes Salem Sound Coastwatch is passionate about: preserving, protecting and renewing our waters and marine habitats for recreational and commercial uses. Photos may include activities and/or wildlife using these natural resources.

    Highlights:
    •Participants can submit up to 2 photos per month.
    •Contest is open to all ages and levels of experience.
    •There is a one-time entry fee of $5 for SSCW members; $15 for non-members. Become a member at $35 or above and entry fee is waived!
    •Prizes include "Best in Show" - $100.

    For more information: http://www.salemsound.org/photoContest.html

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