ART N TARTAN ENTRIES - CLOSING ON FRIDAY 2 MAY!!!
Get your entry forms in soon folks, 2 May is the cut off date !!! Yikes !!!
- DATE CHANGES...
CONTESTANTS: Prelim Judging day was Sat, May 31... Has now changed to - Mon, June 2nd. (Queens Birthday Weekend)
This is due to the antiques fair in the Coronation Hall on the same weekend and also the Bream Bay College Reunion.
Apologies for any inconvenience.
TICKET SALES: This also pushes forward our Proposed ticket sales dates...
Waipu Local Ticket sales (Walk in Museum only) were Sun June 1. Now... Tues June 3
General Public and Eventfinder Tickets... Were Tues June 3. Now.. Wed June 4
The entry form to the right has the new dates and a printed version is available at the museum. Please change the dates on any old entry form info you may be using. Our Apologies once more!
Opening Night - $30.00
Matinee - Adult $30.00, Child $12.00
Awards Show - $35.00
ART N TARTAN SHOW- 27 & 28 June 2014
All top prizes are in cash and in 2014, We will Have a total CASH PRIZE pool of over $6500 to be won!
So start dreaming, imagining, planning, designing NOW... for the next, great, Art n Tartan Wearable Art Awards 27 & 28 June 2014.
CLICK HERE to download an Entry Form...
Supreme Award (x1) - $2000 (includes top in category)
Top in Category (x5) - 1st - $500, 2nd - $250
Highly Commended (x3) - $150
College Award - 1st - $200, 2nd - $150
First Time Entry (x1) - $150
Masks and other unique prizes - $400 Total
Dressed to ‘Kilt’ - this is our ‘open’ section. Choose your own theme or concept and create extravagant, completely ‘over the top’ tartan Wearable Art. Create artworks that transcend the every day … indulge your senses with unrestrained excessiveness…. anything goes, so let your fancy take flight.
McKiwi – Explore the synergy, the similarities and the differences between Celtic and Pacific Cultures.
Fireside - Explore the Celtic Stories of the ‘otherworld’, the rich resource of Celtic mythology and Scottish faerie tales, with its supernatural creatures!
The Celts were tribal warriors who inhabited large areas of Europe but ended up associated with the lands of Ireland, Scotland, Wales and Brittany. They were poetic, religious and superstitious, with a deep connection to the earth and its mysteries – they adored story telling - explore the people of the ancient ‘Standing Stones’, the Bardic sagas of Beowolf, and inter-tribal rivalry and conquest!
Masks (children’s section) - Create a mask inspired by all things Celtic – ghosites, Kelpies, giants, and brownies - to proportions only limited to your model’s body size!
Brave Heart – don’t think of Mel Gibson! The true Brave Heart is the person who brings courage to the challenges of day to day living. A Brave Heart transforms the mundane into the extraordinary.
The Engine Room - The Scots were ‘the Engine room’ of the British Empire - they were the engineers and architects; they were innovators and problem solvers. You could stick your head in any engine room of any ship in the world, call out ‘Jock’ and someone would answer you!
This is our call to all you blokes and blokettes to turn your mind and hand to a wearable construction.
Art n Craft - 60% ... * Creativity and originality of the artwork - 20%. * Clarity of concept or intent. How well does the concept connect to the work and the category? - 20%. * Quality of workmanship and construction- 20%
Use of Materials... 20%... * Innovative use of materials - 10%. * Effective use of Tartan - 10%
Impact on Stage... 20%