Methow Arts announces a design competition for teens
(Application and more information coming soon.)
Deadline Friday, September 25, 5pm.
Methow Arts challenges teens across Okanogan County to create a unique design inspired by a cause they care about. The top designs will be displayed in an exhibit at Methow Arts in downtown Twisp, WA and in a virtual online exhibit. #vote #racialequity #savethebees #blacklivesmatter #endangeredspecies #lovetheearth #LGBTQequality
Methow Arts seeks to mobilize a cross-race, cross-class community of young people to support the reflection of current social causes we face today. Examples of social causes include but are not limited to: hunger, global warming, get out the vote, save the bees, black lives matter, immigration reform, lgbtq, endangered species, women’s rights and so many more.
Art mentors are available to interested participants. Email, text or call us to get connected to our team of artist mentors, firstname.lastname@example.org, 509-341-4413.
- We strongly encourage participants to have their pieces tell a story of hope.
- Students’ artwork must be original. Computer-generated images and traced images will not be judged. It is critical that submitted artwork not be overly derivative of images found on the Internet, in print media, or elsewhere. To avoid copyright infringement, works thought to be copies may be disqualified.
- Students participating in the contest should compose their chosen cause on a 16 x 20 or smaller surface.
- Media: We highly prefer artwork created in one or more of the following mediums: ink, acrylics, oil paint, pastels, water color, colored pencils, color marker, chalk, pastels, charcoal, or paper collage. We discourage artwork created solely using plain black pencil or weak colored pencil. If you have questions please ask us email@example.com
Methow Arts will establish dedicated artwork drop-off locations and times to increase across Okanogan County. Artwork may also be mailed to Methow Arts, PO Box 723, Twisp, WA 98856.