On Friday, the El Paso Art Association (EPAA) announced a new virtual exhibit and a chance for local artist to honor the Frontline workers.
EPAA officials shared that the first virtual award exhibit of the year will be an homage to the many frontline workers that have tirelessly given of themselves as they navigate this deadly pandemic.
“From nurses, doctors, teachers, postal workers, store clerks, firefighters, police officers, healthcare workers, and the list goes on and on,” EPAA officials added. “We ask that you create art to celebrate them and the true heroism they possess.”
This con.FIGURE.ation.seven exhibit will focus on the brave men and women that make up “the mighty frontline.”
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