The Hoosier Chapter of the Sierra Club will be presenting its first ever art show. The exhibit will be at the Indiana Interchurch Center, 1100 West 42nd Street in Indianapolis, from Sept. 1 – Oct. 31. The themes include advocacy, wildlife, and nature will all be showcased in the art work. Any media, such as acrylic, oil, watercolor, photographs, ink, pencil, collage, glass, hand pulled prints, and computer-based artwork, will be accepted. All pieces will be submitted by current Sierra Club members and will demonstrate their passion for Indiana. Visitors will also be allowed to vote for their favorite piece of art. The People’s Choice Award winner will be featured in the Indiana Sierran newsletter or website.
Each member is allowed to submit one or two pieces of their own art in person or by courier to the Indiana Interchurch Center. Works may be turned in by appointment or from August 27 and August 31 between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. The art must be finished and ready for display upon delivery. Pieces may range in size from 120 square inches to 1200 square inches. Artists must also pick up unsold artwork within 15 days after the end of the exhibit.
Artwork that is offensive to the Sierra Club’s mission or supporters will not be showcased. Space and safety limitations may also cause some pieces not to be displayed.
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