Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Time to enter the Delta Exhibition

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9 Zen Nuns by Rod Moorhead, 54th Delta Grand Award winner. r
  • "9 Zen Nuns" by Rod Moorhead, 54th Delta Grand Award winner. r

The Arkansas Arts Center has issued a call for entries to its 55th annual Delta Exhibition, to be held Jan. 18-March 10 next year. Deadline to enter is Oct. 30.

The Delta is open to artists who live or were born in Arkansas and its contiguous states. Juror for the show is Monica Bowman, owner of The Butcher's Daughter Contemporary Art Gallery in Detroit and a teacher of business practices for artists at Detroit's College for Creative Studies. She has a blog, Prime Cuts.

Entry fee is $20 for the first entry and $10 for additional entries (up to three allowed).

Guidelines and online entry form are here.

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