Entertainment briefs: Week of Nov. 5, 2010
Artwork needed for monument exhibit
Artists are invited to submit artwork for the “Art Exhibit of the Century” celebrating Colorado National Monument.
Photography, 2-D paintings and drawings in oil, acrylic, watercolor, chalk and pencil will all be accepted.
The artwork must portray the landscape, environment and the wildlife of the monument. The artwork can be no larger than 36 inches by 36 inches and weigh no more than 25 pounds, framed.
Artists can enter up to three pieces.
Up to 75 pieces will be accepted and 20 will be on exhibit in Grand Junction City Hall and Mesa County buildings from Jan. 5 through June 30.
Jurors will determine best of show, and first through third prize winners.
To enter, artists must submit a photograph (no larger than 8 1/2 inches by 11 inches) of their artwork and a completed registration packet by Dec. 7.
For guidelines and registration forms, go to http://www.nps.gov/colm/planyourvisit/art-and-photography.htm or call 858-3617, ext. 300.
Exhibition puts out call for artists
The 14th National Juried and Invited Contemporary Exhibition has put out a call for entries.
The deadline to submit a piece for the exhibition is Jan. 28. Entry fees are $15 for one, $25 for two and $30 for three.
The juror is Michael Chavez. The exhibition will be on display at The Art Center from May 13 through June 25.
Arts, crafts fair seeks vendors
Artisans and vendors can sign up for the Unitarian-Universalist Congregation Holiday Arts and Crafts Fair on Dec. 4.
The fair will be at the Unitarian-Universalist Congregation, 1022 Grand Ave.