SWAN Days Allegany County NY > 2020 SWAN Days Allegany County NY

SWAN Days Call for Entries, Women Arts, Statera Arts
2020 Call For Artist
Art Call
Women Artists

Accepting Entries for the Following Media
Illustration, Drawing & Painting, Fabric Arts,
Wood Works, Mixed-media, and Up-cycled Art.

Pre-Registration Required
Submit Entry Form & Payment to SheilaLynnK Art Studio
by March 6th, 2020 ~Entry Fee $10 per entry (Limit: THREE entries per person)
~Proceeds benefit SWAN Days Allegany County, NY

Your Pre-Registered Art will be accepted and hung
10:30am to 1:30pm March 14th at
the David A. Howe Library Exhibition Room in Wellsville, NY for display during the
FREE Exhibit Open to the public March 16th to March 27th
& March 30th to April 3rd

Open to Local Female Artists age 18 and Up

Winners TBD by visitors’ votes.
Voting will take place 4:30-7pm March 18th
in the Exhibition Room. ONE ballot issued per visitor at sign-in.
Light Refreshments provided.

AWARD Categories
“BEST IN SHOW” $100, “Best Craftsmanship & Presentation” $50,
“Most Unique” $50, “Favorite Entry Featuring a Swan” $45

Winners TBA at the SWAN Day Party
11:30- 1:30 on March 28th in the Exhibition Room.
~RSVP to the SWAN Day Party on your entry form.

The SWAN Day Party is a free event to celebrate our local women artists and those keeping the arts accessible to all members of our rural community. Attendees are asked to bring a dish to pass. Those wearing or bringing a swan (no live animals please) will be entered for a chance to win a fun door prize.
A table will be available to present your artsy news and biz cards.

Winners not present will be notified via the contact information provided in the attached entry form.

SWAN Days Allegany County, NY is a charitable project
of SheilaLynnK Art Studio in partnership with
the Belfast Organization for Artists in Belfast, NY

Now in its 13th year, Support Women Artists Now Day/SWAN Day is an annual international celebration of women’s creativity and gender parity activism, co-founded by Martha Richards of WomenArts and Jan Lisa Huttner of FF2 Media in 2008. SWAN Day is now a grassroots international effort that is being coordinated by Statera Foundation and WomenArts through the Statera Arts Website.