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Dr. Cori Convertito and Artist Challenge sponsors Jeff Johnson representing Waterfront Playhouse, and Martha Robinson, congratulate Mike Kunkel, 2nd Place Winner of the Recreational Category of the Painting Contest for 2016

As part of the February-April 106th birthday celebration of America’s foremost 20th century playwright and Key West resident, the Tennessee Williams Key West Exhibit announces a series of public competitions for prose writers, poets, and professional and amateur painters. The submission deadline for the short story writing and poetry contests is March 8 with possible publication in an on-line journal; the deadline for registering for the plein air painting contest is March 3 and the painting will take place on the morning of March 4, at the Tropic Cinema on Eaton Street, the subject of the paintings. An exhibit of the paintings will be held at the Tropic Cinema Gallery. The full details about these public events, including the registration forms, are available at twkw.org. For more information, contact Dennis Beaver at 305-294-3121.

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 February 3, 2017  Posted by at 12:42 am Issue #204, News, Special Event  Add comments

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