Junior Arts & Crafts
Bonnie Turman, 378-6005 &
Jim Crook Building
White Ribbon only
15 year old exhibitors. $25 in each category
These awards are given
each year to young adults for whom this is their last year in Junior Arts and
Crafts. This work can also be judged in its regular class.
1. Flat art (painting,
drawing, etching, etc.)
2. 3-D art (textiles,
16 and up should exhibit in Fine Arts or Crafts/Woodworking in the main
Children from 1– 5 years
will NOT be judged. Entries are for exhibit only.
1. Limit ONE ENTRY per
class and TWO ENTRIES per exhibitor for entire department.
2. Write your name on the
back of your art if possible and include your age on the exhibitor tag.
3. Flat art can be framed
or unframed. Framed art must have a strong wire or hanging device on the back
for hanging on pegboard. Unframed wall art will be tacked to the wall with push
pins and/or tacky tape unless another method of hanging is provided.
4. 3-D artists (including
Legos), be sure your work is stable for safe display. (It will be touched.)
5. Poetry and writing
should be entered in the Written Word department.
6. Age Categories:
1 - 5years
6 - 15 years
7. Digital art includes
any still image produced on a computer using any software. Enter a good quality
print of your work.
8. Animators: Please
submit a DVD of your work in MPEG or FLI/FLC format that will play in
Quicktime. One entry per person. TO BE JUDGED, ANIMATION ENTRIES MUST BE
RECEIVED BY NOON.
Class I: Paintings
Class II: Prints
Class III: Sculpture
(wood, paper mache, metal, other)
Class V: Clay
Textile and Fiber Arts, including Books
Class VIII: Nature
Craft, Recycled Art, Collage
Mobiles, Wind-chimes, Musical Instruments
Class X: Toys
(including Legos), Puppets and Dolls, please see 3-D rules above.
Class XIII: Group
Class XIV: Digital
Art (still art prints only)
Class XV: Animation
(digital or traditional), VHS or DVD entries only;
MUST be entered by