Fall Harvest 2020:
We invite you to create an art piece that will be exhibited as part of a competition at this year’s Fall Harvest Festival. The artwork will be judged by a panel curated by Habitable Spaces administration with prize ribbons in each category. The grand prize winner will receive a blue ribbon and $100 in cash. After the competition, the pieces will be auctioned off during the festival and the proceeds will go to support the Kingsbury Volunteer Fire Department and the Fall Harvest Festival.
Registration deadline is FRI OCT 23RD.
Pieces must be delivered by SAT NOV 7TH and will be on view all week until the Fall Harvest festival. Prize ribbons will be awarded on FRI NOV 13TH.
ALL ARTWORK MUST FIT INTO ONE OF THESE CATEGORIES:
FROM TRASH TO TREASURE: Take something that has been discarded and make it into something with value.
ART ON THE RANGE: Create something that can be displayed as a public art piece in an outdoor space in the country.
AGRICULTURAL: The materials in the piece must be agriculturally based
ECO-DEGRADABLE: When the piece decays, it must give back to the place that it inhabits.
Examples of possible pieces could include:
A quilt made from used feed bags, a sculpture made with hay bales, sculptures made out of old farm equipment, horseshoe art.
All artwork that needs a tractor or large equipment for installation must be installed and uninstalled by the artist or artist team.