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00000179-2419-d250-a579-e41d38c20001The Gallery @ NPR Illinois is in the studio complex and facilitates listeners engaging with Illinois art. Additionally, artists works from each exhibit are digitally captured and posted here and shared with other public radio stations.Each exhibit kicks-off with an opening mixer where listeners are invited to attend and refreshments are provided. Each exhibit is open for viewing for a few weeks after the opening during business hours: weekdays 8 AM - 5 PM. Viewing by appointment can also be arranged by contacting Carter Staley. Many newsmakers come through the studios to be interviewed on-air and see the art during an exhibit as do attendees for other events like Live at the Suggs.To participate in a future exhibit or stage one of your own, click here to submit your art exhibit idea.Featured Artists:Bill AblerRL BostonDelinda ChapmanRita DavisColleen "Cookie" FerratierSandra FinneyRich FordCathy J. GanschinietzAneita Atwood GatesGeorge KingRachel LattimoreGinny LeeDouglas Levi (Brackney)Gwen LewisBenjamin LowderMarcia McMahon MastroddiDebbie MegginsonHugh MooreShannon O'BrienMaggie PinkeSheri RamseySue ScaifeMary SelinskiCarolyn Owen SommerJan SorensonElizabeth TroneKate Worman-Becker

NPR Illinois 2019 Calendar Art Contest

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CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT YOUR ART

 

Are you an artist in the Central Illinois Area? NPR Illinois is seeking talented, local artists to participate in the 2018 Calendar Art Contest! Artists can use any medium for their works, but your piece must somehow explain some element of the State of Illinois (and hopefully NPR Illinois).   

Artists have until 11:59 PM July 31, 2018 to submit their work for the contest. The contest is open to any Illinois artists over the age of 18. Read the entry rules and requirements here and click here to submit your art.

All entries will be judged by a panel of industry experts, design professionals, and instructors in various creative fields. After the winning entries are chosen, they will be displayed at an exhibition during the week of September 10, 2018 at the Springfield Art Association Collective Gallery in the Hoogland Center for the Arts.

Nice earned her B.A in Communications from UIS. She has been creating measurable results in managing corporate communications, fundraising, advertising, external affairs, community relations, government relations, marketing and media for over 15 years.
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