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Kuna City Hall will be moving into occupy the Lima Limon building this fall.

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KUNA — The Kuna Art Commission is looking for artists to donate America and Americana-themed art work to be displayed in city hall.

According to a city of Kuna press release, the art would be hung in the halls of city hall for the public from July 1 through September 30. All mediums of art are being accepted for public display.

Photos of the artwork must be turned into the city clerk’s office by 5 p.m. on June 5 to be considered for the display, the press release stated. Artists will be notified if their piece was chosen by June 9.

To be considered, art must follow the specific guidelines set by the commission:

n Art must be completed and framed when submitted.

n Art should be appropriate for a general audience, nothing graphic.

n Art may have discreet price tags on the piece.

n Art may contain contact information for the artist.

n Artists will sign an agreement with the city to have the art displayed for 90 days in city hall.

Art can be submitted by the artists or by residents with an art collection, the press release stated. Art submissions can be turned into the clerk’s office at 751 W. Fourth St. in Kuna or emailed to the office at


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