Paul Laune High School Art Contest Entry Information
ANNUAL PAUL LAUNE MEMORIAL
ART COMPETITION FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
THE PLAINS INDIANS AND PIONEERS MUSEUM
With prize money from our CE Williams Partner: The Stock Exchange Bank
This event is made possible with the assistance of the Woodward Convention and Visitors Bureau. The Woodward Artisans League and other community sponsors.
The competition is open to all high school students with or without an ART TEACHER (9th -12th grades) within a 200-mile radius of Woodward, Oklahoma.
1. Painting - oil and acrylic
2. Watercolor - transparent, acrylic, and tempera
3. Pencil or charcoal drawing
4. Ink drawing (black and white)-includes scratchboard and stipple
5. Colored drawing - includes colored pencil, ink, stipple, crayon and pastels
6. Three-dimensional-includes pottery and sculpture
8. Miscellaneous -includes batik, collage and mixed media
All flat work must be matted or framed and ready to hang. All entries must have
Identification tags placed in the lower right hand corner on the back giving the
students name, their school, title of work, (if any) and medium, a second entry form is required for our records and tracking of art work.
No work considered hazardous to staff or the public will be accepted.
A student may enter three works in each category with a school limited to 35 total entries. The judge will decide which pieces show. This is a juried show. Not all entries will be exhibited.
Our Judge is Patric Riley from Oklahoma City, Ok.
Entries may be received immediately upon receipt of this letter but, entries must be received by 5:00 p.m. Thursday March 7, 2013. Museum hours are from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday.
Mr. Bruce Benbrook of the Stock Exchange Bank and the Woodward Artisan’s League will make award presentations to the winners at 12 p.m. on Thursday April 11, 2013. The reception begins at 11 a.m. that morning; the museum will provide refreshments for the students. Please call if you know how many will be attending the reception. Accepted pieces will be released after the awards presentation. For more information call (580) 256-6136.
$200 Best of Show
$100 Theme Award a piece to reflect the culture of the West.
$ 75 1st Place, each category
$ 50 2nd place each category
$ 25 3rd place, each category
The museum will take the utmost care of all entries, but cannot be held responsible for any damage to students work.