The Easterseals Rehabilitation Center is offering an opportunity for area artists to show their work while providing local children and adults with disabilities a chance to gain “Inspiration Through Art”.
Area artists of all ages and abilities are invited to submit digital color photos of original two-dimensional artwork by 5p.m. December 15 for the second in an ongoing series of exhibits.
Photos of artwork should be emailed to Amber Schaudt at firstname.lastname@example.org and must be accompanied by a completed registration form, which is available along with complete guidelines and rules at www.Facebook.com/EasterSealsSWIN.
The “Inspiration Through Art” display space is located at the Easterseals Rehabilitation Center’s 3701 Bellemeade Avenue headquarters in Evansville. That facility serves thousands of individuals with a wide range of programs, including medical rehabilitation therapy, therapeutic preschool, and assistive technology.
There is no cost to enter artwork; no limit to the number of submissions per artist; and no restrictions on type of media, except that works must be suitable for hanging.
All submissions are subject to be juried and the jurors’ decision will be final.
There is no specific theme, but art must be appropriate for viewing by all ages, including children.
Artists may price their pieces; the Easterseals Rehabilitation Center will retain a standard 20% commission from all sold artwork.
Easterseals intends for the “Inspiration Through Art” gallery to become a popular venue for Tristate artists to exhibit, and perhaps inspire others—including local children and adults with disabilities—to explore their own creativity.
The nonprofit organization hopes to offer art workshops in the future.
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