Carmel Arts Council announces 2018 ‘Spring Art Contest’
Carmel, IN – Students, get your paint brushes ready! The Carmel Arts Council’s “Spring Art Contest” has opened its registration and is now taking entries from kids in grades Pre-K to 12, Peer Program & PALS.
The deadline is February 26, 2018, at 6 p.m.
Entries must be spring-themed, original works of art on 8.5” x 11” inch paper and submitted to The Great Frame Up, 21 1st Street SW in Carmel between now and February 26. Only 1 entry per artist will be judged.
Art must be clearly labeled and printed on the reverse side of entry with artist with name, grade, parent/guardian’s name, phone number and email address. Nonconforming entries will not be judged.
1st place art will be custom-framed by The Great Frame Up and exhibited in the Carmel Arts Council’s Children’s Art Gallery on Main Street in Carmel during the month of March.
The Spring Art Contest results will be revealed at an “Artists’ Reception” to be held Saturday, March 10, from 3-5 p.m. at the Children’s Art Gallery. All entries will receive a ribbon.
The judges will post their decisions on Sunday, March 11th on the CAC’s website, www.carmelartscouncil.org and on CAC’s Facebook page. Art work not picked up at the reception will be returned to The Great Frame Up and held until April 23.
The CAC cannot be responsible for artwork not picked up after that date.
Questions regarding the contest may be submitted to the Carmel Arts Council: email@example.com
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