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Free permits are now available for artists wishing to utilize Art Alley.
Free permits are now available for artists wishing to utilize Art Alley.
Black Hills Knowledge Network
March 24, 2017

Art Alley Permits Now Available

Free painting permits for artists interested in Art Alley as a canvas are now available, reports KOTA News. The permits are available at the Dahl Art Center. Interested artists must provide an ID and sign a waiver in order to receive a permit. With a permit, artists can choose a location to paint in the alley. So far, eight permits have been given out this year.

For more information on arts and culture in the Black Hills region, visit the Black Hills Knowledge Network’s online news archive

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