The “Which Manner the Wind” artwork competitors and exhibition is in search of native paintings for international change with an emphasis on matters of local weather change, anti-nuclear motion and environmental degradation/renewal.
Reveals are deliberate for Oct. 20 to 24 through the Which Manner the Wind Competition at Synapsis, 1675 Union St., Eureka, and Dec. 1 to 31 at Eureka Books, 426 Second St., Eureka
Jurors for the competitors are Tamara Hubbard, professor within the Images Division on the Academy of Artwork College in San Francisco, and Libby Maynard, government director of the Ink Individuals Middle for the Arts in Eureka.
Awards will probably be awarded, together with $500 for Greatest in Present, $300 for first prize, $200 for second prize, $100 for third prize and $100 for Greatest Scholar Artwork (kindergarten to twelfth grade).
Awards will probably be offered Oct. 23 at Synapsis. A reception for the artists is ready for Dec. 4 at Eureka Books.
The submission deadline for PDF or JPG information is Sept. 20 at https://whichwaythewind.org/upload-art. Notification date is Oct. 4 and artwork drop-off is on Oct. 11. Artwork ought to be prepared to hold. There’s no charge to enter.
Which Manner the Wind is a Humboldt County group of volunteers whose mission is to have interaction the local people by means of the humanities to advocate and assist actions for peace and to extend consciousness of the perils and prices of nuclear weapons and the specter of international warming. The group was first created in 2017 because the Towards the Wind Competition to attract consideration to the nuclear menace to life on Earth and to assist the primary nuclear protest vessel, Golden Rule, which was restored on Humboldt Bay and re-launched in 2015. Festivals have been held in 2018 and 2019, drawing consideration to the nexus between international warming, environmental degradation, protection spending and nuclear weapons. For extra data, go to www.whichwaythewind.org. For extra details about the artwork competitors and exhibition, name Jack Irvine at 707-407-9667.