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Feb
28
Fri
Annual High School Art Show Competition & Young Artist Showcase @ Harlin Museum; Upper Level, Hathcock Gallery
Feb 28 @ 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm

 

Hosted By The James P. Harlin Foundation Board

This competition is open to public, private, and home-schooled High School Students

Entry Dates:  Friday, February 7th, 2020 (12pm – 6pm) and Saturday, February 8th, 2020 (12pm – 4pm) at the Harlin Museum in the Hathcock Gallery, 405 Worcester Ave, West Plains, MO 65775. Late entries will be accepted on Sunday, February 9, 2020 from 12 pm – 4 pm for an additional $5.00 fee per entry piece.

Entry Fee: $5.00 per entry item; additional $5.00 per item for late entry. (i.e. 1 entry costs $5 regular entry fee + $5 late fee = $10 total fee) Cash or checks are acceptable. Make check payable to the Harlin Museum.

Entries Acceptable: Both two dimensional and three dimensional Artwork will be accepted for the High School Art Show.

Entry limit – only 2 pieces of artwork per artist

Prize Awards: Prize money and ribbon awards will be given to the competition winners.  For overall Best of Show – $100.00,

for each 1st place – $50.00, 2nd place – $30.00 and 3rd place – $20.00; and a ribbon only for the People’s Choice award.

There will be three prizes each for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places.  All entries will be evaluated for artistic quality, integrity, and presentation and must meet the below display guidelines for prize awards.

Guidelines:  All two-and-three dimensional artwork accepted into this show must follow the entry guidelines. Artwork must

be original works of the entered artist. No Copies.  All work must have been completed in the last 3 years and not previously shown in any of the Harlin Museum’s competition art show exhibits.  All two-dimensional work must be either framed or

1.25″ gallery wrapped canvas with wire and eye-screws for hanging.  No Saw-tooth Hangers.  All acrylic and oils must be dry.

Watercolor, ink, graphics, and pastel (all works on paper) must be under glass/Plexiglas.  No snap together plastic frames.

 All 3-dimensional artwork must have its own support base if it cannot be set on a table for display or hung by traditional framed artwork methods.  All sculptured wall hanging must have its own hanging bracket with wire attached for display. Any subject that can be presented to younger children is acceptable.  Size Limit:  No larger than 36 X 48 inches.

Reception:   An Artists’ Reception for students, teachers, family and friends of the artists will be held Saturday, February 29, 2020, from 5 pm -7 pm with food, drinks, and live music.  Ribbons, prize money and special awards will be presented at the reception. Paintings will be released on Sunday, March 1st at 3pm and must be claimed by Sunday, March 8th at 4pm.  Unclaimed paintings will become the property of the Harlin Museum.

Young Artists Showcase:   Students that are younger than high school age will be allowed to display their art during the

High School Art Show; their artwork may be dropped off during the entry dates outlined above. For more information,

please contact one of the Points of Contact below.

Points of Contact:

Vicki Warren-Martin, Harlin Museum Board President/IT Manager, v.martin@harlinmuseum.com, (870) 706-7863;

Cleo Cockrum, Harlin Museum VP/Gallery Manager, c.cockrum@harlinmuseum.com;

Temi Lasater, Harlin Museum Secretary/Treasurer, temilasater@gmail.com

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ENTRY DATES: 2020 Digital Art Show Competition @ Harlin Museum; Upper Level, Hathcock Gallery
Feb 28 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

SHOW DATES: MARCH 5-29 
ENTRY DATES: FEBRUARY 28 & 29

PRIZES AWARDED IN TOTAL OVER $250

OPEN TO ALL DIGITAL ARTISTS: ADULT DIVISION (age 18 & over) YOUTH DIVISION (age 17 & under)

Entry Dates:
Friday, February 28th (12pm – 6pm) & Saturday, February 29th (12pm – 4pm) Hathcock Gallery; upper level of Harlin Museum at 405 Worcester Ave, West Plains, MO 65775

Entry Fee:
1 piece of artwork – $15.00, 2 pieces – $20.00, 3 pieces $25.00, 4 pieces $30.00, 5th piece FREE!

Digital Artists may enter a maximum of 5 works of art. Cash or check payments only; make checks payable to the Harlin Museum.

Two (2) Entry Categories:

  • Still Art
  • Animated Art

Guidelines:
All digital art must be an original work of the artist entering. All works must not have been previously exhibited in the Harlin Museum. Any digitally-rendered 2D or 3D image is acceptable (EXCEPT digitally edited photographs unless used as part of a larger piece of work) or animation that can be projected onto a screen or printed & framed. This includes:

Digital Illustration
Digital Imaging
Digital Painting
Fractal Art
Pixel Art
Motion Graphics
Evolutionary Art (an image generated using an evolutionary algorithm)

Printed pieces of digitally-rendered still art must be no smaller than 8”x10”. Still art must be matted & backed to be hung by Velcro or matted & framed. Artwork which is framed under glass must be ready with wire and eye-screws for hanging. No sawtooth hangers, PLEASE.
All animated art must be submitted in a software-compatible Windows format, such as .MOV & .mp4 file types to be displayed via projector. Animated artwork may be submitted via thumb drive OR may be emailed to Vicki Martin (contact info is provided below). Competition pieces will be released for pickup at 3pm on Sunday, February 29th, 2020 and must be picked up from the museum by the Sunday of the following week, during regular hours of operation, or will become property of the museum.

Sales: Entries may be offered for sale during the dates of the show; the Harlin Museum is entitled to a 30% commission on all sales made during the dates of the show exhibit.

Reception: Gala Nite at the Museum will host the show’s Award’s Reception for artists on Saturday, February 28th, 2020 (5-7pm) at the museum. Open to the public; refreshments and drinks will be served.

Sponsors: The Harlin Museum’s 2020 Digital Art Show Competition is sponsored by the Harlin Museum’s Patrons and the James P. Harlin Foundation Board of Directors. Proceeds from the show go towards the museum’s maintenance and the continuation of it’s cultural and educational programming.

Points of Contact:

Cleo Cockrum, Board VP/Gallery Manager Email: c.cockrum@harlinmuseum.com
Vicki Warren-Martin, Board President /IT Manager Email: v.martin@harlinmuseum.com Mobile: 870-706-7863
Museum Desk: (417) 256-7801 Email: info@harlinmuseum.com Website: harlinmuseum.com FB:@HarlinMuseumWP

 

HARLIN MUSEUM COMPETITION ENTRY FORM - Digital Art
1 entry - $15.00, 2 entries - $20.00, 3 entries - $25.00, 4 entries - $30. Enter 4 pieces; get 5th entry FREE! Limit 5 entries per artist. Entry fees are to be paid in full when competition pieces are brought to the museum. Cash or check only; checks are to be written to HARLIN MUSEUM.
Medium categories include Digital Illustration; Digital Imaging; Digital Painting; Fractal Art; Pixel Art; Motion Graphics; Evolutionary Art (an image generated using an evolutionary algorithm)
Medium categories include Digital Illustration; Digital Imaging; Digital Painting; Fractal Art; Pixel Art; Motion Graphics; Evolutionary Art (an image generated using an evolutionary algorithm)
Medium categories include Digital Illustration; Digital Imaging; Digital Painting; Fractal Art; Pixel Art; Motion Graphics; Evolutionary Art (an image generated using an evolutionary algorithm)
Medium categories include Digital Illustration; Digital Imaging; Digital Painting; Fractal Art; Pixel Art; Motion Graphics; Evolutionary Art (an image generated using an evolutionary algorithm)
Medium categories include Digital Illustration; Digital Imaging; Digital Painting; Fractal Art; Pixel Art; Motion Graphics; Evolutionary Art (an image generated using an evolutionary algorithm)
Feb
29
Sat
Annual High School Art Show Competition & Young Artist Showcase @ Harlin Museum; Upper Level, Hathcock Gallery
Feb 29 @ 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm

 

Hosted By The James P. Harlin Foundation Board

This competition is open to public, private, and home-schooled High School Students

Entry Dates:  Friday, February 7th, 2020 (12pm – 6pm) and Saturday, February 8th, 2020 (12pm – 4pm) at the Harlin Museum in the Hathcock Gallery, 405 Worcester Ave, West Plains, MO 65775. Late entries will be accepted on Sunday, February 9, 2020 from 12 pm – 4 pm for an additional $5.00 fee per entry piece.

Entry Fee: $5.00 per entry item; additional $5.00 per item for late entry. (i.e. 1 entry costs $5 regular entry fee + $5 late fee = $10 total fee) Cash or checks are acceptable. Make check payable to the Harlin Museum.

Entries Acceptable: Both two dimensional and three dimensional Artwork will be accepted for the High School Art Show.

Entry limit – only 2 pieces of artwork per artist

Prize Awards: Prize money and ribbon awards will be given to the competition winners.  For overall Best of Show – $100.00,

for each 1st place – $50.00, 2nd place – $30.00 and 3rd place – $20.00; and a ribbon only for the People’s Choice award.

There will be three prizes each for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places.  All entries will be evaluated for artistic quality, integrity, and presentation and must meet the below display guidelines for prize awards.

Guidelines:  All two-and-three dimensional artwork accepted into this show must follow the entry guidelines. Artwork must

be original works of the entered artist. No Copies.  All work must have been completed in the last 3 years and not previously shown in any of the Harlin Museum’s competition art show exhibits.  All two-dimensional work must be either framed or

1.25″ gallery wrapped canvas with wire and eye-screws for hanging.  No Saw-tooth Hangers.  All acrylic and oils must be dry.

Watercolor, ink, graphics, and pastel (all works on paper) must be under glass/Plexiglas.  No snap together plastic frames.

 All 3-dimensional artwork must have its own support base if it cannot be set on a table for display or hung by traditional framed artwork methods.  All sculptured wall hanging must have its own hanging bracket with wire attached for display. Any subject that can be presented to younger children is acceptable.  Size Limit:  No larger than 36 X 48 inches.

Reception:   An Artists’ Reception for students, teachers, family and friends of the artists will be held Saturday, February 29, 2020, from 5 pm -7 pm with food, drinks, and live music.  Ribbons, prize money and special awards will be presented at the reception. Paintings will be released on Sunday, March 1st at 3pm and must be claimed by Sunday, March 8th at 4pm.  Unclaimed paintings will become the property of the Harlin Museum.

Young Artists Showcase:   Students that are younger than high school age will be allowed to display their art during the

High School Art Show; their artwork may be dropped off during the entry dates outlined above. For more information,

please contact one of the Points of Contact below.

Points of Contact:

Vicki Warren-Martin, Harlin Museum Board President/IT Manager, v.martin@harlinmuseum.com, (870) 706-7863;

Cleo Cockrum, Harlin Museum VP/Gallery Manager, c.cockrum@harlinmuseum.com;

Temi Lasater, Harlin Museum Secretary/Treasurer, temilasater@gmail.com

Flyer w Guidelines

ENTRY DATES: 2020 Digital Art Show Competition @ Harlin Museum; Upper Level, Hathcock Gallery
Feb 29 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

SHOW DATES: MARCH 5-29 
ENTRY DATES: FEBRUARY 28 & 29

PRIZES AWARDED IN TOTAL OVER $250

OPEN TO ALL DIGITAL ARTISTS: ADULT DIVISION (age 18 & over) YOUTH DIVISION (age 17 & under)

Entry Dates:
Friday, February 28th (12pm – 6pm) & Saturday, February 29th (12pm – 4pm) Hathcock Gallery; upper level of Harlin Museum at 405 Worcester Ave, West Plains, MO 65775

Entry Fee:
1 piece of artwork – $15.00, 2 pieces – $20.00, 3 pieces $25.00, 4 pieces $30.00, 5th piece FREE!

Digital Artists may enter a maximum of 5 works of art. Cash or check payments only; make checks payable to the Harlin Museum.

Two (2) Entry Categories:

  • Still Art
  • Animated Art

Guidelines:
All digital art must be an original work of the artist entering. All works must not have been previously exhibited in the Harlin Museum. Any digitally-rendered 2D or 3D image is acceptable (EXCEPT digitally edited photographs unless used as part of a larger piece of work) or animation that can be projected onto a screen or printed & framed. This includes:

Digital Illustration
Digital Imaging
Digital Painting
Fractal Art
Pixel Art
Motion Graphics
Evolutionary Art (an image generated using an evolutionary algorithm)

Printed pieces of digitally-rendered still art must be no smaller than 8”x10”. Still art must be matted & backed to be hung by Velcro or matted & framed. Artwork which is framed under glass must be ready with wire and eye-screws for hanging. No sawtooth hangers, PLEASE.
All animated art must be submitted in a software-compatible Windows format, such as .MOV & .mp4 file types to be displayed via projector. Animated artwork may be submitted via thumb drive OR may be emailed to Vicki Martin (contact info is provided below). Competition pieces will be released for pickup at 3pm on Sunday, February 29th, 2020 and must be picked up from the museum by the Sunday of the following week, during regular hours of operation, or will become property of the museum.

Sales: Entries may be offered for sale during the dates of the show; the Harlin Museum is entitled to a 30% commission on all sales made during the dates of the show exhibit.

Reception: Gala Nite at the Museum will host the show’s Award’s Reception for artists on Saturday, February 28th, 2020 (5-7pm) at the museum. Open to the public; refreshments and drinks will be served.

Sponsors: The Harlin Museum’s 2020 Digital Art Show Competition is sponsored by the Harlin Museum’s Patrons and the James P. Harlin Foundation Board of Directors. Proceeds from the show go towards the museum’s maintenance and the continuation of it’s cultural and educational programming.

Points of Contact:

Cleo Cockrum, Board VP/Gallery Manager Email: c.cockrum@harlinmuseum.com
Vicki Warren-Martin, Board President /IT Manager Email: v.martin@harlinmuseum.com Mobile: 870-706-7863
Museum Desk: (417) 256-7801 Email: info@harlinmuseum.com Website: harlinmuseum.com FB:@HarlinMuseumWP

 

HARLIN MUSEUM COMPETITION ENTRY FORM - Digital Art
1 entry - $15.00, 2 entries - $20.00, 3 entries - $25.00, 4 entries - $30. Enter 4 pieces; get 5th entry FREE! Limit 5 entries per artist. Entry fees are to be paid in full when competition pieces are brought to the museum. Cash or check only; checks are to be written to HARLIN MUSEUM.
Medium categories include Digital Illustration; Digital Imaging; Digital Painting; Fractal Art; Pixel Art; Motion Graphics; Evolutionary Art (an image generated using an evolutionary algorithm)
Medium categories include Digital Illustration; Digital Imaging; Digital Painting; Fractal Art; Pixel Art; Motion Graphics; Evolutionary Art (an image generated using an evolutionary algorithm)
Medium categories include Digital Illustration; Digital Imaging; Digital Painting; Fractal Art; Pixel Art; Motion Graphics; Evolutionary Art (an image generated using an evolutionary algorithm)
Medium categories include Digital Illustration; Digital Imaging; Digital Painting; Fractal Art; Pixel Art; Motion Graphics; Evolutionary Art (an image generated using an evolutionary algorithm)
Medium categories include Digital Illustration; Digital Imaging; Digital Painting; Fractal Art; Pixel Art; Motion Graphics; Evolutionary Art (an image generated using an evolutionary algorithm)
Mar
1
Sun
Annual High School Art Show Competition & Young Artist Showcase @ Harlin Museum; Upper Level, Hathcock Gallery
Mar 1 @ 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm

 

Hosted By The James P. Harlin Foundation Board

This competition is open to public, private, and home-schooled High School Students

Entry Dates:  Friday, February 7th, 2020 (12pm – 6pm) and Saturday, February 8th, 2020 (12pm – 4pm) at the Harlin Museum in the Hathcock Gallery, 405 Worcester Ave, West Plains, MO 65775. Late entries will be accepted on Sunday, February 9, 2020 from 12 pm – 4 pm for an additional $5.00 fee per entry piece.

Entry Fee: $5.00 per entry item; additional $5.00 per item for late entry. (i.e. 1 entry costs $5 regular entry fee + $5 late fee = $10 total fee) Cash or checks are acceptable. Make check payable to the Harlin Museum.

Entries Acceptable: Both two dimensional and three dimensional Artwork will be accepted for the High School Art Show.

Entry limit – only 2 pieces of artwork per artist

Prize Awards: Prize money and ribbon awards will be given to the competition winners.  For overall Best of Show – $100.00,

for each 1st place – $50.00, 2nd place – $30.00 and 3rd place – $20.00; and a ribbon only for the People’s Choice award.

There will be three prizes each for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places.  All entries will be evaluated for artistic quality, integrity, and presentation and must meet the below display guidelines for prize awards.

Guidelines:  All two-and-three dimensional artwork accepted into this show must follow the entry guidelines. Artwork must

be original works of the entered artist. No Copies.  All work must have been completed in the last 3 years and not previously shown in any of the Harlin Museum’s competition art show exhibits.  All two-dimensional work must be either framed or

1.25″ gallery wrapped canvas with wire and eye-screws for hanging.  No Saw-tooth Hangers.  All acrylic and oils must be dry.

Watercolor, ink, graphics, and pastel (all works on paper) must be under glass/Plexiglas.  No snap together plastic frames.

 All 3-dimensional artwork must have its own support base if it cannot be set on a table for display or hung by traditional framed artwork methods.  All sculptured wall hanging must have its own hanging bracket with wire attached for display. Any subject that can be presented to younger children is acceptable.  Size Limit:  No larger than 36 X 48 inches.

Reception:   An Artists’ Reception for students, teachers, family and friends of the artists will be held Saturday, February 29, 2020, from 5 pm -7 pm with food, drinks, and live music.  Ribbons, prize money and special awards will be presented at the reception. Paintings will be released on Sunday, March 1st at 3pm and must be claimed by Sunday, March 8th at 4pm.  Unclaimed paintings will become the property of the Harlin Museum.

Young Artists Showcase:   Students that are younger than high school age will be allowed to display their art during the

High School Art Show; their artwork may be dropped off during the entry dates outlined above. For more information,

please contact one of the Points of Contact below.

Points of Contact:

Vicki Warren-Martin, Harlin Museum Board President/IT Manager, v.martin@harlinmuseum.com, (870) 706-7863;

Cleo Cockrum, Harlin Museum VP/Gallery Manager, c.cockrum@harlinmuseum.com;

Temi Lasater, Harlin Museum Secretary/Treasurer, temilasater@gmail.com

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Mar
5
Thu
2020 Digital Art Show Competition @ Harlin Museum; Upper Level, Hathcock Gallery
Mar 5 – Mar 29 all-day

Discover the magic of digital art at our 2020 competition show!.

Entries in both adult and youth divisions will be on display in the museum’s Hathcock Gallery from Thursday, March 5th until Sunday, March 29th; regular hours of operation apply.

Digital art, aside from video, can include moving images, multimedia, and new media art as well as 3D-printed sculpture. As a broad term, digital art describes works that begin and end as computer files, or, alternatively, those that use digital technology as part of their process.

The Artists’ Reception for this show will be held during the museum’s March 2020 Gala Night at the Museum event on Saturday, March 28 from 5pm-7pm in the Hathcock Gallery. Finger foods & drinks will be served; the public is invited to attend. The awards for the show’s winning entries will be handed out at approximately 6:30pm.

Open Palette with Friends @ Harlin Museum; Lower Level, Classroom Space
Mar 5 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Join us every Thursday afternoon for the Open Palette with Friends program. which invites artists of all kinds (paint, textile, wood carving, graphic art)  to come construct, create, and socialize in the lower-level classroom space of the Hathcock Gallery. Come encourage the artist in you to play!

Mar
12
Thu
Open Palette with Friends @ Harlin Museum; Lower Level, Classroom Space
Mar 12 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Join us every Thursday afternoon for the Open Palette with Friends program. which invites artists of all kinds (paint, textile, wood carving, graphic art)  to come construct, create, and socialize in the lower-level classroom space of the Hathcock Gallery. Come encourage the artist in you to play!

Mar
19
Thu
Open Palette with Friends @ Harlin Museum; Lower Level, Classroom Space
Mar 19 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Join us every Thursday afternoon for the Open Palette with Friends program. which invites artists of all kinds (paint, textile, wood carving, graphic art)  to come construct, create, and socialize in the lower-level classroom space of the Hathcock Gallery. Come encourage the artist in you to play!

Mar
26
Thu
Open Palette with Friends @ Harlin Museum; Lower Level, Classroom Space
Mar 26 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Join us every Thursday afternoon for the Open Palette with Friends program. which invites artists of all kinds (paint, textile, wood carving, graphic art)  to come construct, create, and socialize in the lower-level classroom space of the Hathcock Gallery. Come encourage the artist in you to play!