Season two of B.C. reality TV show looking for visual artists

Image Credit: Kelowna Art Gallery via Facebook

KAMLOOPS - A Vancouver production company is looking for artists for a reality TV show.

Lark Productions is reaching out to artists who can handle creating work in front of an audience for the CBC television show Crash Gallery, according to a media release.

Casting is open to all artists who work in visual mediums.

The show pits the artists against each other in front of a live audience who vote at the end of the episode.

Season two of the series will be broadcast during the winter months. The show first premiered in October 2015.

The production company is looking for people who are competitive, good on camera and have some art skills.

If you're interested send a bio, contact information, photo samples of your work, along with links to relevant webpages or media articles to casting@larkproductions.ca.

For more information on the casting call click here.


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