Art Association calling for entries for Regional Middle School-High School show

Ponca City Now - January 24, 2020 10:34 am

By Beverly Bryant/News Director

The Ponca City Art Association is calling for entries for the Regional Middle School-High School Art Show.

Entries will be accepted between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Feb. 14  at the PCAA facility on the 5th floor of the City Central building, 400 East Central Avenue, or call for special time arrangements.

Judging is set for  Feb. 18, and the opening reception and awards will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Feb. 20. $500 in cash prizes will be given out.

All middle school and high school students are welcome to enter.

Monetary awards will be given in each category. An overall Best of Show will be chosen and a People’s Choice Award will be given at the end of the exhibit.

Categories for entries are

  • Photography
  • Printmaking
  • Drawing which includes the following:
    • Pastel
    • Colored Pencil
    • Mixed Media
  • Painting
  • Sculpture
  • Ceramics

Guidelines for Entries:

All work must be original. No copy work will be accepted unless the student changes it as an interpretation or it is a part of a larger work. Work displayed in previous PCCA shows is not permitted.

There is no limit on the size of the artwork in any medium.

Each student may enter five pieces of artwork in any medium.

Seniors may enter 10 pieces as part of a portfolio.

Work must be ready to hang. Mats are suitable. If framed please do not use glass.

Hanging artwork should be stabilized with a backing.

Each artwork must be accompanied by an entry tag attached at the back right hand corner.

Please include the following on the tag:

  • Name
  • School
  • Medium
  • Grade level
  • Name and phone number or email of Teacher who is submitting the work.

Teachers, please submit a list of students and the number of works submitted so we can account for each piece when dropping off and picking up.



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