Artist Opportunity: 6th Annual Exhibit of The National Arts Program
Never hide your talent! The National Arts Program® is designed to give all visual artists - at all skill levels - an uninhibited opportunity to exhibit their work in a professional manner, and also to compete for cash prizes. Sponsored by the National Arts Program Foundation in support and cooperation with the City of Lincoln and Lincoln Public Schools, the exhibit is judged by professional artists and visual art professionals in Amateur, Intermediate, Professional, Teen and Youth classifications, and it is free to all who qualify. Don't miss this chance to be recognized for your creativity, and be proud of your art!
The National Arts Program invites City of Lincoln Employees and their family members to participate in this exhibition opportunity. And, new to 2012, the program has been expanded! We also are inviting Lincoln Public Schools staff and their family members to participate this year!
The Lincoln Arts Council will begin accepting online and paper brochure registrations on April 1st, 2012. To register online, simply go to www.nationalartsprogram.org/venues/lincoln-ne, click on "Click Here to Register Online," and fill out the information. Online registration is encouraged, but paper brochures will be available upon request. To request a paper brochure, please contact Mollie at 402-434-2787, or email her at email@example.com. Registration is due no later than May 11th, 2012. All artwork will need to be delivered to the Lincoln Arts Council offices, located at 1701 South 17th Street, on June 7th or June 8th between 9:00am-5:00pm. This year's exhibition will be on display June 29th – July 27th in select Lincoln City Libraries, with an opening reception and awards ceremony to be held on June 29th at the offices of the Lincoln Arts Council.
The National Arts Program® is coordinated by AmeriCorps staff at the Lincoln Arts Council. Thank you to the City of Lincoln, The Nebraska Arts Council, Lincoln Public Schools and AmeriCorps for supporting this program.