Local artists looking for a place to display their masterpieces need to look no further than the Nashville airport.
Nashville International Airport wants artists with strong Tennessee ties to take part in its Flying Solo Exhibition series.
These exhibits focus on all things Tennessee.
That's because the only taste many travelers get of the state is at the airport.
"The arts at the airport program has been very strategic about incorporating Nashville, TN, and the region into everything they do," Emily Richard, a spokesperson with Nashville International Airport, said. "So it definitely reflects the community, the region, and the state."
Artists may view the requirements by going to <http://flynashville.com/arts/CalltoArtists.aspx> and submit their entries via callforentry.org. Artists must comply with all submittal requirements to be considered for selection, and no entries will be accepted via email.
Proposals are due by 1 a.m. on March 30.
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