Art show organizers seek high school artists

High school artists are invited to participate in the Art Show for Whidbey Earth & Ocean Month and share their perspective on climate change.

  • Friday, March 11, 2016 6:59pm
  • Life

High school artists are invited to participate in the Art Show for Whidbey Earth & Ocean Month and share their perspective on climate change.

The show is April 8-May 30 at the Bayview Cash Store. A cash prize of $150 will be awarded for best overall entry. Additional prizes will range from $25-$100; all submissions will be displayed.

A broad range of artistic media is welcome, including:

• paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, poetry;

• video, including shorts, rap, spoken word;

• sculptures or site-specific installations—inside or out.

Entries cannot contain foul language or depict nudity. Any photos or images must be original and not copyrighted.

For sculptural, site-specific, or pieces bigger than 6 feet, 5 inches tall, email Julie Glover at julieg@whidbey.com or Ann Linnea at treewmn@whidbey.com. All works must be appropriate for a general audience.

Submissions are accepted at the Goosefoot Office in Bayview. Deadline is April 5 or 6.

For inspiration on the topic of climate change and art, visit whidbeyearthday.org/pdfs/artshowresources.pdf

 

 

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