CROTON FALLS, N.Y. -- The Schoolhouse Theater has extended the deadline for entries to its juried photo exhibit to Wednesday, April 30.
The exhibition will coincide with The Schoolhouse Theater's upcoming production of "Luv," a comedy that takes place on the George Washington Bridge. The title of the exhibition, "Bridge: Verb or Noun?" was chosen to encourage various interpretations of the word "bridge," whether literal or figurative.
Both the play and the exhibit open Thursday, May 29, and run through Sunday, June 22. There will be a free public reception for artists in the exhibit on Saturday, May 31.
All photographic styles and processes will be considered, and anyone is eligible to submit work for consideration.
Entry information is available at www.schoolhousetheater.org or 277-8477.
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