Food subject of La Jolla art contest

The La Jolla Art Association will premiere its first Visual Art and Culinary Art contest — an exhibit and recipe contest rolled into one and open to all San Diego County artists and chefs.

The winners of the best original artwork and the best original recipes will be featured in a publication, “La Jolla Artists’ Recipe Collection.”

There will be prizes for the winning artwork and/or the winning recipes.

All artwork will be exhibited Feb. 1-14 at the La Jolla Art Association Gallery, 8100 Paseo del Ocaso.

The deadline for submissions is Jan. 31.

Questions? Contact Tony Cuban, exposition director, at (619) 579-3615 or ajcuban@cox.net.

Submit entry forms and fee at www.lajollaart.org to No Starving Artists!

The cost to participate is: artwork, $45, artwork and recipe, $50; recipe only, $15.

Mail checks made out to LJAA and entry forms to Art and Food, LJAA, 8100 Paseo Del Ocaso #B La Jolla, CA 92037. E-mail images in jpeg from to sharnplfd@yahoo.com or to ajcuban@cox.net to reserve a space in the exhibition.

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