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‘Nightmare on Main Street’ art exhibit submissions open

"Trimurti Horror," by Erica Vazquez, of Huntington High

"Trimurti Horror," by Erica Vazquez, of Huntington High School, was featured in the "Nightmare on Main Street" student art exhibit in Huntington last year. Credit: Erica Vazquez

Tweens and teens: If you have some scary artwork you’ve created, you may want to submit it for possible exhibition at the annual “Nightmare on Main Street” student art exhibit at the Huntington Arts Council.

Entries for a potential place at the exhibit must be received by Sept. 25. The art itself must be available for display from Oct. 10 to Nov. 6.

Kids in grades 6 to 12 are eligible, and prizes valued at $75 each will be awarded in two categories: senior division (grades 9 to 12) and junior division (grades 6 to 8). Works can be in oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastel, graphite, charcoal, acrylic and sculpture, photography or collage.

To view entry fees and enter online, visit

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