March 26 - Opening Reception for Young Masters (All-State High School Art Competition and Exhibition) from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Awards presentation at 7 p.m. Refreshments.
March 27 through April 25 - Young Masters Exhibition.
***Artworks accepted March 20 and 21. Artworks picked up April 27 and 28.
(students in grades 9 through 12)
(includes home-schooled students)
The Brigham City Museum of Art and History is sponsoring the statewide, all-media art competition and exhibition Young Masters, 2015. The competition is open to regular students (and home-schooled students) in grades 9 through 12. Only school teachers can submit artworks. A juror will determine which works will receive awards and will be exhibited. (Some pieces will not be displayed.) Artworks submitted for the competition, including those not accepted for exhibition, may not be removed from the museum until the exhibit closes. If you plan to enter the artwork in a future competition, please take photos of artwork before they are brought to our museum.
Awards: Cash, to be announced
1. Each school can submit up to 20 two-dimensional artworks and up to 20 three-dimensional artworks. Each home-schooled student can submit two pieces.
2. Artwork must have sturdy frames and sturdy wire (wrapped pieces are acceptable) and be ready to hang or they will be disqualified. "Claws" are not allowed.
3. The recommended largest size for any artwork is four feet in any one direction.
Media: Entries will be judged in two categories – 2D and 3D works of art. 2D includes: (1) painting, (2) drawing, (3) printmaking, (4) photography and computer art, and (5) commercial. 3D includes (1) sculpture (2) ceramics and jewelry and (3) creative woodturning.
Insurance and Liability: The museum staff will handle artworks carefully. However, since insurance value on student artwork is difficult to establish, the museum will not insure the artwork.
Hours, Address, and Phone Number: The museum is open Tuesday through Friday from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. and on Saturday from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m. It’s closed on Sundays and Mondays. The facility is located in the lower level of the Community Center at 24 North 300 West. The entrance is on the west side. Phone number is (435) 226-1439.
Click here for Art Submission Form.
(email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more detailed specifications)
May 2 through June 24 - Roaming
Featuring photographs by Barry Parsons, Michael Slade, and Robert Hall
- Historic Home Tour - Date to be announced.
July 1 through August 29 - International Quilt Invitational Exhibition
Presenting quilts by Frieda Anderson, Illinois; Linda C. Anderson, California; Melinda Bula, California; Helen Butler, Utah; Lisa H. Calle, Pennsylvania; Aileyn Renli Ecob, California; Cynthia England, Texas; Anna Faustino (Russia), Pennsylvania; Margarete Heinisch (Austria), California; Renske Helmuth (Netherlands), Canada; Sue Holdaway-Heys, Michigan; Connie Huggins, Utah; Annie White Johnson, Utah (pioneer quilt owned by Mary Ann Creer); Bonnie Keller, Washington; Lea McComas, California; Grace Meijer, United Kingdom; Sieglinde Schoen Smith (Germany), Oklahoma; Melissa Sobotka, Texas; Ludmila Uspenskaya (Russia), New York; Joann Webb, Missouri; and Cathy Wiggins, North Carolina.
***Soft sculpture dolls by Grace Meijer of the United Kingdom will also be on display. Meijer used the drawings by Sue Macartney-Snape, known as the "master of caricature," as inspiration for the dolls.
***Featured Quilter will be Margarete Heinisch, who was born in Vienna, Austria, and is now living in California. Her quilt "In the Heart of Europe" was named one of the 20th century's 100 Best American Quilts. This quilt will be in the exhibition. Heinisch's quilts have won awards in the following competitions: International Quilt Association, Houston, Texas; World Quilt Competition, Pasadena, California; European Quilt Championship, Netherlands; American Quilter's Society, Paducah, Kentucky; Road to California; and European Quilt Expo Vll, France, to name a few.
Date to be Announced - Quilt Workshop by Margarete Heinisch
September 11 through October 10 - Plein Air Competition and Exhibition
October 17 through December 12 - Building History Part 2
***Presenting vintage photos of businesses and homes taken in Box Elder County
December 19, 2015 through January 20, 2016 - Northern Utah Camera Club
January 28 through March 16 - Spirited: Prohibition in America
This national traveling exhibition is from NEH on the Road, and it brings visitors back to the period of flappers and suffragists, bootleggers and temperance lobbyists, and real-life legends such as Al Capone and Carry Nation.
June 17 through August 31, 2016 - International Quilt Invitational Exhibition
Some of the participants will be Roberta Baker, California; Jenny Bowker, Australia; Mary Buvia, Indiana; Stephanie Crawford, United Kingdom; Denise Tallon Havlan, Illinois; Mary Ann Hildebrand, Texas; Gloria Loughman, Australia; Susan Madden, Utah; Laurie Miller, Missouri; Katie Pasquini Masopust, New Mexico; Barbara Barrick McKie, Connecticut; Lahala Phelps, Washington; and Linda M. Roy, Tennessee.