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The Art Alliance Recycled Show “Water, Water, Everywhere!” Call for Entries!
Apr 4 @ 8:00 am - Apr 29 @ 12:00 pm
The Annual Art Alliance Recycled Show Call For Entries!
Theme: “Water, Water, Everywhere!”
juror: Joyce Henri Robinson
curated and coordinate by: Anni Matsick
Entries due: Monday, April 29, NOON
to the Art Alliance office
- email to: email@example.com
- Fill out an online entry form here
You must submit payment for your entry separately.
- To pay online click here.
- Or you can stop by the office at 824 Pike Street, Lemont (at the back of the Gallery Shop)
- Or mail in your payment to PO Box 811, Lemont, PA 16851
- Or phone us at 814-234-2740.
This year’s Art Alliance Recycled Show’s theme is “Water, Water, Everywhere!” and entries are due in the Art Alliance office by NOON, Monday, April 29.
Our Juror is Joyce Henri Robinson, assistant director of the Palmer Museum of Art, where she has worked as a curator for more than 20 years. She was part of the curatorial team behind the recent Palmer exhibition, Plastic Entanglements, which featured 60 works by 30 artists to explain plastic’s influence over various aspects of life.
The Annual Art Alliance Recycle Show
The Recycled Art Show is in its twenty-fifth year of inspiring environmental and artistic goals for Central Pennsylvania artists. Entry to the show is not juried and is open to artists of all ages. This is an opportunity for artists to express their concern for the environment and the importance of recycling programs like the one we are fortunate to have in Centre County. For the second time this show will be in our Gallery Downtown, attracting a larger audience and open for most of the month of May. We invite you to look in your garage, basement, and attic and find some interesting materials to recycle into an entry for this exciting show!
All works must be made primarily from recycled/repurposed materials and adhere to the theme, Water, Water, Everywhere!Materials found in nature (i.e. rocks, grass, etc.) may be included but may not comprise the majority of materials used. Collaborations are acceptable. School classes and youth groups are encouraged to enter group projects. Each project is considered a single entry with one fee.