Events for Call for Entries

Earth Day Poster Contest

Earth Day Poster Contest Call for Entries. Entries must be received by 4 pm, Saturday, April 8; Late entries may not be judged. No Fee to Enter.
Entries must be 9”x12” using the theme, 
“Be’Utah’ful……My Favorite Utah Landscape”
Please do not glue anything onto your project
Entries must include the following information on the back
            Name (first and last)
            School
            Grade (k-6 only)
            Teacher
            Home Phone
            Project Title
Art posters will be on display in Ogden Nature Center’s L.S. Peery Education Center April 22 through May 20, 2017.  Entries will not be returned, but may be picked up May 22 through May 26.  After May 26 contest entries become the property of the Ogden Nature Center.  Prizes will be awarded to three winners in each grade, with one grand prize winner per grade.  The winners will be invited to an awards program on Earth Day, April 22, at 11 am.
 


Call for Entries: Craft Lake City DIY Festival

Call for entries for the Craft Lake City DIY Festival opened on Monday January 16th and will stay open until April 17th. The application is online at http://craftlakecity.com/application/ There is a $20 application fee and all of the prices and options are at that same web address.

Craft Lake City’s Annual Do-It-Yourself Festival at the Gallivan is a festival by locals, for locals, celebrating all things local. We believe in supporting our local economy while also enjoying the wide array of creative, local products.The Festival encompasses do-it-yourself culture as a whole, featuring artists and craftspeople, DIY engineers and tinkerers, foodies, singers and dancers, collectors and upcyclers. It celebrates the best in all of us—our desire to make greatness from the mundane and share it with our friends. We strive to keep building upon our vision—to make our community a more beautiful, self-sufficient, and harmonious place through our shared love of creating.


Earth Day Poster Contest

Earth Day Poster Contest Call for Entries. Entries must be received by 4 pm, Saturday, April 8; Late entries may not be judged. No Fee to Enter.
Entries must be 9”x12” using the theme, 
“Be’Utah’ful……My Favorite Utah Landscape”
Please do not glue anything onto your project
Entries must include the following information on the back
            Name (first and last)
            School
            Grade (k-6 only)
            Teacher
            Home Phone
            Project Title
Art posters will be on display in Ogden Nature Center’s L.S. Peery Education Center April 22 through May 20, 2017.  Entries will not be returned, but may be picked up May 22 through May 26.  After May 26 contest entries become the property of the Ogden Nature Center.  Prizes will be awarded to three winners in each grade, with one grand prize winner per grade.  The winners will be invited to an awards program on Earth Day, April 22, at 11 am.


2017 Salt Lake City Mini Maker Faire

The Salt Lake City Mini Maker Faire is a fun family-friendly festival that celebrates innovation, creativity, and resourcefulness. The event features science, art, technology, design, craft, building, DIY, digital fabrication and design, resources for making, STE(A)M learning, and a wide variety of maker exhibits, hands-on activities, and workshops for all ages.


Call for Entries: Craft Lake City DIY Festival

Call for entries for the Craft Lake City DIY Festival opened on Monday January 16th and will stay open until tomorrow, April 17th. The application is online at http://craftlakecity.com/application/ There is a $20 application fee and all of the prices and options are at that same web address.

Craft Lake City’s Annual Do-It-Yourself Festival at the Gallivan is a festival by locals, for locals, celebrating all things local. We believe in supporting our local economy while also enjoying the wide array of creative, local products.The Festival encompasses do-it-yourself culture as a whole, featuring artists and craftspeople, DIY engineers and tinkerers, foodies, singers and dancers, collectors and upcyclers. It celebrates the best in all of us—our desire to make greatness from the mundane and share it with our friends. We strive to keep building upon our vision—to make our community a more beautiful, self-sufficient, and harmonious place through our shared love of creating.


Nasty Women Utah

Nasty Women is a global art movement that serves to demonstrate solidarity among artists who identify with being a Nasty Woman in the face of threats to roll back women’s rights, individual rights, and abortion rights. With over forty fundraising art exhibitions taking place around the United States and abroad, Nasty Women Exhibitions also serve to support organizations defending these rights and to be a platform for organization and resistance. The purpose of this show is to raise funds for Planned Parenthood Utah and peacefully protest a Trump presidency through art and community.