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First annual The Art of Women’s Cancers Exhibition & Competition


Be part of the first annual The Art of Women’s Cancers Exhibition & Competition (sponsored by Women of Hope)

The Art of Women’s Cancers is an art exhibition and competition to honor women whose lives have been touched by cancer.

Important Dates to Remember
March 29th – June 1st: Registration to participate; Creation of individual artwork
Monday, June 14 –Sunday, June 20th: Artwork/narrative submitted to the competition (Location at Independence Mall)
June 21st -27th: The waiting week!!
Monday, June 28th – Sunday, July 11th: The Art of Women’s Cancers Exhibition, People’s Choice voting throughout the 2 weeks (Location at Independence Mall)

Who Can Participate?
People of all ages and all artistic levels who have been affected by a cancer diagnosis of a special woman in their lives are eligible to participate. This includes women diagnosed with any type of cancer, or a family member, friend, caregiver, or healthcare provider of a person diagnosed
with cancer. Participants do not have to be professional artists to participate. It’s the sharing of the story that is most important. Artwork will give people the opportunity to share their experiences of a cancer diagnosis or to share the journey of a loved one as she has traveled along that path. This artwork will serve as an inspiration to others on a similar journey.

Children under the age of 18 will be required to have parental permission to participate.
For more details, registration forms, and rules and regulations go to and click on the Art of Women’s Cancers tab.

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