Wyoming High Schools Art Competition
National Museum of Wildlife Art Celebrates 20th Anniversary
by National Museum of Wildlife Art
May 10, 2007
(Jackson Hole) – In celebration of its 20th Anniversary, the National Museum of Wildlife Art is sponsoring a state-wide art competition for Wyoming high school art students.
“Wild About Bears: Wyoming Celebrates the 20th Anniversary of the National Museum of Wildlife Art” challenges students to design and decorate fiberglass bear forms; the completed works will be exhibited and judged at the Wyoming High School Art Symposium in Casper, in April 2008.
The top eight winning bears will win cash prizes for their school art programs.
First Prize is $7,000
Second is $5,000
Third is $2,000
Five Honorable Mention winners will receive $500 each.
Bears will be decorated during the ’07 – ’08 school year. The winning eight bears will be exhibited in Cheyenne during the summer of 2008. Any art media used on the bears is acceptable, but materials must be non-volatile, durable, and permanent. All artwork must be original.
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