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PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 7, 2010 Contact: Miguel Bortoni Perez III 603-555-2938 PAOS 2010 Portsmouth Artists Open Their Studios to the Public PORTSMOUTH, NH -- The fall 2010 Open Studios season kicks off with Portsmouth Artists Open Studios on Saturday and Sunday, October 13 and 14, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. More than 60 Portsmouth artistries will open their studios and homes to the public for this annual event, now in its tenth year. Portsmouth is an historic and diverse city, long home to a blossoming community of artist. Quiet residential streets lined with charming Victorians edge a vibrant commercial and industrial zone, all peppered with the studios of printmakers, sculptors, painters, glass and jewelry makers, illustrators, potters, photographers, watercolorists, and other artist working in a wide range of mediums. Internationally celebrated sculptor Eva Russo will display her new work in the rotunda of City Hall. New
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Unformatted text preview: PAOS group shows will open at the Atlantic Gallery and at Jumpin’ Jay’s Fish Café, both on Congress Street. Studio location maps will be available prior to the opening at businesses and public libraries, and on the days of the event at Market Square. Market Square is located at the junction of Congress Street and Pleasant Street in downtown Portsmouth. Portsmouth is easily accessible from all points in the Northeast by car or bus, and from Boston and Portland by train. On Saturday, non-Portsmouth residents may park in permit-only areas provided they display a copy of the PAOS 2010 map on the dashboard. There is no parking restriction on Sundays in Portsmouth. PAOS 2010 receives funds from participating artist and from the Portsmouth Arts Council, the New Hampshire Cultural Council, and the NEA , with valuable support from local universities and businesses. #####...
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