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Environmental Poster Contest

Where

Call for submissions!

When

March 1 - April 19

Who

Public

The Bellefonte Art Museum’s poster contest is designed to celebrate our beautiful planet, raise awareness of our environment, and draw attention to the critical environmental issues that affect our world. 

Deadline extended to April 19th
 
*Create your poster, snap a photograph of it, and email your submission to bellefontemuseum@gmail.com. Images due by electronic submission by April 19th. Artworks in all media accepted.
*Submissions must include the name, address, email, and phone number of the creator. 
*The art selection committee of the museum will review all submissions, selecting 45 posters to be on display at the Bellefonte Art Museum during “Imagination Celebration 2021”, June, July, and August. Posters for display will be printed by the museum at no cost to the poster maker.
*A contest of the posters on display will be by People’s Choice: visitors of the museum during June and July 2021 will have a chance to vote for their favorite posters. In respect to pandemic concerns, the posters will also be available online for one week, allowing people the opportunity to vote by email.
*Prizes will be awarded. Posters receiving the top four number of votes will receive BAM Bucks of $100 for the highest number of votes and $50 for second, third and fourth places. BAM bucks can be used in Twiga (the Museum Store) OR at Helen Foxx & Co boutique in downtown Bellefonte. 
*Contest is open to everyone. Minors must email a note of permission from a parent or guardian.
 
Notes about Imagination Celebration 2021
 
This year, our summer theme will be “All in on Climate”. We will use arts and crafts to help conceptualize the problem, identify the solutions, and grasp our role of personal responsibilities.  It’s an everything issue, and to solve it, we need a whole world approach- good policies, good citizens and educational experiences with attention made to developing insights into the issues related to: Water, Air, Forests, Weather, Wildlife (large and small- all organisms that grow and live wild), Food, and Human Life. We need to face our climate issues with programs of truth, courage, and solutions.