Capital Pride Art Fair Seeks Submissions

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This year, Capital Pride will host the first ever Capital Pride Art Fair at the Pride Festival on Sunday, June 10. The event will feature the work of two to 14 artists, and you could be one of them.

The festival producers are hoping to include a wide range of media, especially interactive pieces. Artists will be encouraged to donate some of their works to the Heroes Gala silent auction.

All LGBTQ artists in the greater D.C. area are invited to submit samples of their work through this form. Submissions are due by Sunday, May 20.

Lez get some representation in the mix, shall we? Art away!

When Christina isn't writing for WTGG, she's assassinating dance floors in purple high-tops, causing bike accidents, taming the wilderness, practicing her beatboxing and begging Erykah Badu to cast her in a music video. A big, 90's-inspired ball of sass, Christina's greatest mission - driven by a dilettante interest in science - is to try everything once (maybe twice) and find out how the world works. She's the queirdest girl you know.