Space Isn't Just a Place Children's Art Exhibition
February 26 — March 28, 2015
Thursday, March 5, 2015
5:00 - 7:00 PM
Admission: Free/Open to the Public
Journey Through Space
Children's Art Exhibition
Interpretations of space are featured in this exhibition of art works created by kindergarten through eighth grade students. It might be an outer space travel destination or an element of art. Perhaps it will be the illusion of space in a landscape painting, a positive/negative space design or found in the open and closed spaces within a sculpture.
This exhibition of 2 and 3-dimensional artwork was open to children in kindergarten through eighth grade who are students of Museum Member Schools, Hockaday Art Classes, and children included in Family Level Museum Memberships. Artwork relates to the current year's theme and have been created during the current school year (September 2014 - February 2015).
Participaton in the 2015 Children's Art Exhibition
Interpretations of space may be an element of art or an outer space travel destination. Possibilities include the illusion of space in a landscape painting, a positive/negative design, a picture using perspective, or the open and closed spaces found within a sculpture. Pieces selected for display will be determined by how well they represent the theme Space Isn’t Just a Place, the quality of work, and available gallery space.
Kindergarten through eighth grade students of Museum Member Schools, Hockaday Art Classes, and children included in Family Level Museum Memberships are eligible to participate in this exhibition. Artwork must have been created September 2014 - February 2015.
Eligible students or teachers may submit art on behalf of their students. Limit of one entry per person.
It is suggested that two-dimensional art be mounted on or matted with colored construction paper; it must be unframed, flat, and no larger than 12”x18”. Three-dimensional art will be accepted as exhibit space allows. Contact Kathy Martin, Director of Education, at 755-5268 or e-mail email@example.com with any questions about art for this exhibition.
We ask teachers to make a pre-selection of entries they submit in order to help us create the best collection of art work possible.
All artwork must be accompanied by a completed entry form and delivered to the Museum located at 302 Second Avenue East, Kalispell, MT.
Entries will be accepted beginning February 3 and no later than February 20, 2015. Museum Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday – Saturday.
Artwork must be picked up from the Museum between March 31st and April 25th. The Museum is not responsible for unclaimed artwork after April 25, 2015.