Every student who enters and meets the basic submission requirements for the initial sketch will receive 10 volunteer hours. Artwork must be original and can be the work of one student or of teams to a maximum of five students. The artist(s) selected to transform their sketch into the final “Head-in-Hole” painting will receive an additional 30 volunteer hours plus a letter of reference, recognition in the Museum’s publications and the local newspaper, and an award of $100. The winner(s) will also be a VIP at the official unveiling of the painting at the Museum’s War of 1812 Tribute on June 16.
The deadline for submissions is April 12, 2013. All the materials needed to create the final painting will be provided by the Museum.
Click HERE for rules and entry forms.
Wondering what on earth is a 'Head-in-Hole' painting? Click on the examples below.