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Call for Artists: Applications Now Open for 2018 Art on the Grand, Downtown Farmington

ART on the GRAND is excited to announce the ninth annual art fair, which brings a variety of high-quality artists to lovely downtown Farmington. This juried fine art and craft fair has found its way into the heart of Michigan art lovers and is known for being "art-focused", having a desirable size, great organization and a wonderful, hands-on approach! Fine Artists and Crafters from around the country are featured and have booths in a variety of disciplines and price ranges. Different artistic categories include: painting, pottery, photography, jewelry, mixed media, wood, wearable art, glass, leather, sculpture, and more!

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