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Pop-up Art Show - What does peace look like?

A call to artists of all ages for the 2nd Annual Sturgis Pop-Up Art Show.  This year, in conjunction with the community NEA Big Read grant for “The Things They Carried”, we are asking that entries reflect or relate to the theme of “What Does Peace Look Like?”

The show is sponsored by the Sturgis Public Library, the Sturgis Center for the Arts, Sturgis Area Arts Council, and First Interstate Bank.  The venues will include the Sturgis Public Library, Sturgis Center for the Arts and First Interstate Bank during the month of October with receptions on Thursday, October 26, 4:00-6:00. Entry forms will be available at these locations and also online

Art:   

Painting (oil, acrylic, watercolor) mixed media, drawing (chalk, pencil, charcoal, crayon, marker), fiber

     Categories: (see entry form for size limitations)

  • Adult (age 19 and up)    $15 (2 entries allowed for $15), max entry – 2, Sturgis Public Library
  • High School Age (grades 9-12)   $5 per entry, max entry – 2, Sturgis Public Library
  • Middle School Age (grades 6-8)   $5 per entry, max entry – 2, Sturgis Center for the Arts
  • Upper Grade School Age (grades 3-5)   $5 per entry, max entry – 2, Sturgis Center for the Arts
  • Lower Grade School Age (grades K-2)   $5 per entry, max entry – 2, Sturgis Center for the Arts

     *** Veterans may enter up to 3 items with no entry fees

Photography:

Only Open to Adults and High School Age Students, $10 per entry – max entry – 2, Sturgis Public Library

Sculpture:     

See entry form for size limitations. Only open to Adults and High School Age Students, $10 per entry, max entry – 2, 1st Interstate Bank

 

Prizes:  Best of Show; People’s Choice; and First Place (each category)

Entry Forms and registration fees are due Monday, September 18, 2017, to the Sturgis Public Library.  You can drop off the form or mail to:

Sturgis Public Library
1040 Harley-Davidson Way   Ste. 101
Sturgis, SD57785

Art due Monday, September 25 – Wednesday, September 27 at the Category location during regular business hours.

Art can be picked up on October 26 (after the reception) - October 28 during regular business hours.

Sculptures must be picked up on Friday, October 27.

 

*The venues will try to protect items displayed but are not responsible for loss or damage to items. 

**Participation Ribbons will not be given out

For more information, please call: Julie or Toni at the Sturgis Public Library, 347-2624