Submissions are now OPEN for the next Art in Public Places Exhibit series "Time on Our Hands." Media accepted include (and are not limited to) photography, painting, drawing and illustration, ceramic and three-dimensional works, fiber art, etc. Works submitted to "Time On Our Hands" should be art inspired by or completed during the events of 2020 and 2021.
All submissions must be made via SAAC's online portal. To access, visit www.starkvillearts.net and click on the "Submissions" button for all of our active applications. The submission deadline is May 28, 2021.
Space is limited, so no piece should exceed 48" in any one direction nor weigh more than 75 pounds. Works in previous AiPP shows may not be submitted again. Full submission details are on the SAAC website.
This show will be installed July 5, 2021, in the lobby of the Greater Starkville Development Partnership. This show will be a HYBRID show: works will be on display in the lobby of the Greater Starkville Development Partnership as well as online. The exhibit will run July 5 - September 13, 2021. Reception pending.
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Applications for SAAC's annual Summer Scholarships program are now open! Awards are available to students between ages 11 and 18 for extracurricular youth development programs in art and art education. Any art discipline is eligible (performing arts, music, applied arts, visual arts, creative writing, etc.). Funds may be used for summer lessons, camps, auditions, and more! Applications are due April 15, 2021.
Awards are based on a combination of need and merit for who live in Oktibbeha County currently attending public, private, or home schools. Over the past decade, more than $40,000 has been awarded to support youth attending programs at organizations like MSU Summer Scholars OnStage, Mississippi Lions Band, Controllers 4-H Club, American Ballet Theatre, Southeastern Summer Theatre Institute, and more. Sponsorships are available, so please let us know if you or your business wants to help expand these opportunities!
Rules and Applications are online at www.starkvillearts.net/artseducation. Students must be residents of Oktibbeha County, between ages 11 and 18, and currently attending public, private, or home schools. Both merit and need are considered. Students are not eligible once officially enrolled in college. Awards are paid directly to the agency / vendor, so applicants must also identify a specific program in advance of submitting an application.
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