1. Lemurs, their biology, their ecology, and/or conservation must be the central theme of the work. 2. You may submit up to three pieces. 3. Two-dimensional works can be a maximum of 38" x 30"; three-dimensional work can be a maximum of 38" high x 12" wide x 12" deep 4. Bring your final artwork to the Goldstein Library front desk by Tuesday, October 9, after completing this form. 5. All students, faculty, and staff at Ringling College of Art + Design, New College of Florida, State College of Florida (Manatee-Sarasota), and University of South Florida (Sarasota-Manatee) are eligible to submit entries for the juried exhibition.
The selected student winner will earn the title of "Lemur Conservation Foundation Artist of the Year," have their work added to the permanent art collection at the Lemur Conservation Foundation (LCF), and win one ticket to the 2019 LCF Benefit event in February and two tickets for a private tour of the LCF facilities in Myakka City! Second and third place winners will also win private tours.
The World Lemur Festival is being organized as a collaboration between The Lemur Conservation Foundation and Ringling College of Art + Design to raise awareness of the worsening plight of lemurs in Madagascar. The event will be family-friendly, free, and open to the public.
Alfred R. Goldstein Library Saturday, October 13, 2018 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Questions? Contact email@example.com.
We look forward to your submissions!Lemur Conservation Foundation + Alfred R. Goldstein Library
(Banner painting by Megan Rose Ruiz)