The Harlin Museum of West Plains will be hosting an Ozarks-themed multimedia art show called “Our Ozarks In Art” and is calling for competition submissions from all forms of artists: painters, photographers, sketch and graphic artists, sculptors, and model-makers, craft artisans, etc. Entry dates for the show’s competition will be from 12 to 4 p.m. July 30 and 31 at the museum, located at 405 Worcester Ave. in West Plains. The show’s entries will be on display to the public as an exhibit in the museum’s Hathcock Gallery, beginning August 6, and will run for a four week engagement, ending on August 29th.
Entry fees are $5 per entry, with a cost break of $20.00 if a person enters five items into the show. Entries will be evaluated for artistic quality, integrity, technique, and presentation, as well as how skillfully they represent the theme of the show---to convey through art the essence of “the Ozarks.” Entries must meet given guidelines for acceptance into the competition portion of the show.
The show’s final categories and prizes to be awarded will be determined by the actual entries received.
Those interested in entering the competition can find entry guidelines, and other pertinent information, on the museum’s website at https://harlinmuseum.com/45th-annual-fall-art-show/ or on flyers that are available in the museum’s lobby. Any questions regarding eligibility or other inquiries can be emailed to the museum at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the museum directly at (417) 256-7801.
The Harlin Museum is a cultural arts center that has been telling the story of the Ozarks through art and history since 1972. The museum is the exclusive owner of the L.L. Broadfoot art collection and offers historical artifact and art preservation, instructional workshops in fine art and folk-art subjects, competition art shows and historical exhibits, and educational programming for youth and adults. Learn more at harlinmuseum.com.