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Submit events for The Sun's Fall Arts Guide

With the return of fall will come an upswing in Baltimore’s arts activity, and The Sun’s arts staff is keen to help our readers find local arts and entertainment events.
 
The Sun is collecting events information for its Fall Arts Guide, due out in September.
 
Baltimore arts venues and organizations are invited to submit events from September through December in the categories of classical music, dance, pop music, film, theater, visual arts and eclectic (comedy shows, festivals, lectures, unusual arts events, etc.).
 
If you wish to be included in the guide, please send information (name of event, brief description of event, date, time, cost, contact information) to sunliveart@gmail.com, no later than Aug. 8.
 
If possible, please let us know which categories the events fit into. We will also gladly accept high-resolution color photos, if available. Please include caption/credit information with all photos.

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