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Lexington Art League Offers New Program To Support Local Artists

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Updated: 4/09/2013 11:32 am
Nine local artists will be featured in a new art-sharing program developed by the Lexington Art League called CSA(rt), short for Community Supported Art.

According to an LAL news release, the program was modeled after one developed first in Minnesota, which itself was modeled after crop-sharing programs, often called CSA's - community supported agriculture.

To participate, members of the public are invited for buy one of 50 shares that will be first offered for Summer 2013. Each share costs $400 and guarantees the shareholder at least one piece from each participating artist.

The first "harvest", of sorts, will be July 26th from 6-9 pm at the Loudoun House.

For more information about CSA(rt), or to purchase a share, you can visit www.lexingtonartleague.org.
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