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Howland Community Open 2021 Online Sign Up Form
Howland Community OPEN 2021
INSTRUCTIONS: Fill out form completely. When you are finished, click the SUBMIT button only once. You will receive a confirmation screen that your submission was received. If you do not see that message, contact Hester Coucke, Hester@theartscenter.net
Rules and Regulations
I have read the rules and regulations for showing my work at The Arts Center and agree to them. Also, I understand that turning in this form indicates approval of artwork being used in all The Arts Center media publicity.
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Title of Artwork
In Inches: H x W. If 3D, please specify Depth.
Size Restrictions: H + W = 72 Inches Max (including frame)
Price if for Sale
Select % of Commission on Sales
Donate Sale to The Arts Center
Share commission 50/50 with TAC
Insurance Value if Not For Sale
If not filled in, TAC assigns $10 value.
Note: Youth Awards apply to ages 0-19. There are no age-related awards for adults however age group selection is still required.
Actual Age of Youth
Required for Youth ages 0-19
** Your work may fit into more than one category, but only one may be selected. Youth can compete in both age and different categories.
People: (self) portraits, groups or crowds, full figure, mermaids (also good in Fantasy) etc.
Flora: (plants) trees, plants, flowers etc.
Fauna: (animals) domestic and wild, chickens, foxes, dogs, wolves… and dragons… etc.
Fantasy: imaginary, it does not exist in life as we know it: fairies, Merlin, flying cars… and dragons…etc.
Scapes: landscape, seascape, cityscape, still lifes, cloud formations, outer space, etc.
Abstract: non-representational compositions, shapes, patterns, moods, etc.
Conceptual: the idea of the image is more important than the actual “picture”, such as comments on society, philosophical ideas and questions, etc.
Functional: practical, with a purpose, things we use: bowls, spoons, clocks, clothing etc.
Singular Mythologies | Tamae Frame & Erika Rier
Gregory Fissé Artist Talk | Corrine Woodman Gallery
Literary Read-In for Home Sweet Home Holiday show
Meet the New Resident Artists
Thursday-Saturday, 12-5 pm