Artosphere Festival Adds Space Photography Competition
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS, March 18, 2018 — As part of the 10th Annual Artosphere: Arkansas' Arts + Nature Festival, Walton Arts Center is launching a space photography competition.
With a $30 entry fee, photographers may enter up to three “space-themed” photos. To correspond with this year’s theme of Artosphere, photographers are encouraged to submit work in reference to their perception of space and how space inspires wonder, imagination and innovation. Entries are due April 19.
Rebecca Drolen, assistant professor of photography at the University of Arkansas will judge the entries. Photographs selected will be exhibited in Walton Arts Center and across the Northwest Arkansas community throughout the Artosphere Festival, June 10-29.
Three photos will also be selected for a community choice competition. These photos will be voted on via social media and in-person at community events June 1-9, and the winner will be announced June 10.
Complete competition rules, important dates and requirements can be found at waltonartscenter.org/artosphere/photography-call-for-entry
The Artosphere Festival celebrates art, music and nature with exciting performances, activities and events that the whole family can enjoy. Each year, Artosphere spotlights artists and performers from around the world who are inspired by nature, and provides a creative framework for the community to discuss issues of sustainability and environmental awareness.
For more information about the Artosphere Festival and a complete event lineup, download the Artosphere App from Google Play™ or the Apple® App StoreSM or visit artospherefestival.org.
Artosphere 2019 is sponsored by Tyson, The Walton Family Foundation, Walmart/Sam's Club, Greenwood Gearhart and Visit Bentonville. Support for Dover Quartet and Maestro Corrado Rovaris provided by Mary Ann & Reed Greenwood. Media support provided by the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, KUAF 91.3FM Public Radio, the Arkansas CW, Celebrate Arkansas magazine and CitiScapes magazine.