“The Powell Museum’s Artist of the Month program is an opportunity to feature the work of established and emerging artists working and/or living in the Page-Lake Powell community and the Colorado Plateau region.”
The Powell Museum is accepting applications for the 2014 Artist of the Month Program. Application packages must be postmarked by February 28, 2014. For more information, see: http://www.powellmuseum.org/exhibits_artist-of-month.php
Frequently Asked Questions:
2014 Theme: “Colorado Plateau Connections” – How does the Colorado Plateau inspire your artwork?
The Artist of the Month theme gives artists an opportunity to reflect on the limitless sources of inspiration found on the Colorado Plateau. The exhibit closely aligns with the Museum’s mission: to collect, preserve and interpret the history of John Wesley Powell, city of Page, and the Colorado Plateau.
Examples of previous Artist of the Month exhibits include Hopi katsina carving, atmospheric disturbances photography, study of ravens in acrylic painting, and fiber art and fused glasswork inspired by the Colorado Plateau’s unique and diverse landscape.
Can’t decide if your work fits the theme? Contact the Museum: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jurying fee: Where does the money go?
The Powell Museum is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Jurying fees go directly into a fund to support the continuation of the Artist of the Month Program. Specifically, the money is used to help pay for costs incurred for advertising, artist receptions, and improvements and maintenance of the display area.