HARLIN MUSEUM’S 2019 HIGH SCHOOL ART SHOW: ENTRY DATES JANUARY 26th & 27th

HARLIN MUSEUM’S 2019 HIGH SCHOOL ART SHOW COMPETITION 

** SPONSORED & HOSTED BY THE JAMES P. HARLIN FOUNDATION & THE HARLIN MUSEUM BOARD **

(COMPETITION OPEN TO PUBLIC, PRIVATE, & HOME-SCHOOLED HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT ARTISTS)

HARLIN MUSEUM, 405 WORCESTER AVE.,  WEST PLAINS, MO 65775

EXHIBIT WILL BE ON  DISPLAY IN HATHCOCK GALLERY DURING HIGH SCHOOL ART SHOW EXHIBITION, FEBRUARY 1st – 23rd, 2019

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Entry Fee: $5.00 per Artwork item.  Cash or checks are acceptable. Make checks 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

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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 – $25.00; 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.

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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 2 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 three-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.

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Reception:  A meet & greet social for the students, teachers, family and friends of the artists will be held Saturday, February 23, 2019 from 12 noon to 4 pm. Ribbons, prize money and special awards will be presented at the reception at 2 pm by the Harlin Museum Board President. Paintings will be released at 3 pm, until the museum closing at 4 pm.  Unclaimed paintings may be picked up at the museum the following week, Thursday and Friday, from 12 noon to 6 pm or Saturday and Sunday, 12 noon to 4 pm.

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Entries Posted for Sale:The Harlin Museum offers artist’s the opportunity to sell their work while it hangs in the gallery. A percentage of all commissions received on sales made during the show will be split between the Harlin Museum & the artist (20/80). 

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Point of Contact:  Gladys Morris, Harlin Museum Board President, 417-255-0920, info@harlinmuseum.com.