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Rye Art Center | Seek Sanctuary: Art Contest for All Ages

Seek Sanctuary: Art Contest Re-emerging as a Community to Show Gratitude for Sanctuary

In recent months, we have all discovered a new (or renewed) appreciation for nature and community. Artists of all ages are invited to share their artistic view of an outdoor sanctuary within the City of Rye inspired by nature. Photos, paintings and videos must be within the boundaries of the City of Rye, including but not limited to the outdoor green speaces of the sponsors and partners. For complete details, visit our website: https://www.ryeartscenter.org/workshops-1/2020/9/18/art-contest-seek-sanctuary.

Timeline 2020:

  • Friday, September 18 – Contest opens
  • Friday, October 30 – Deadline for submissions
  • Saturday, November 14  – Winners announced

Prizes will be Awarded in each Category:

  • $200 First Place
  • $100 Runner Up

Thanks to all the organzations and parks that are making this project possible:

Edith Read Wildlife Sanctuary, The Rye Arts Center, and Westchester Children’s Museum

Bird Homestead & Meeting House, Disbrow Park, Marshlands Conservancy, Playland Park and Beach, Rye Free Reading Room, Rye Historical Society, Rye Nature Center, Rye Town Park,
and the Village Green



Deadline 10/30/2020
Contact Name Sarah MacKay
Contact Email [email protected]

Call for Writers | Deanna Tulley Multimedia Prize

The 2020 Deanna Tulley Multimedia Contest is seeking innovative submissions after a successful contest last year. Submit your hypertexts, nonlinear narratives, videopoems, and illustrated stories across your favorite genres and medias. 1st, 2nd, 3rd place prizes of $300, $200, $100, respectively.

Submission Deadline: Sept 30, 2020
Submission Fee: $10.00

For complete submission info and guidelines, please visit the Slippery Elm Literary Journal’s website: https://slipperyelm.findlay.edu/submit/contest-guidelines/

About Slippery Elm Literary Journal
Slippery Elm is a journal committed to promoting the best fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, and visual art being created today. The journal provides educational experiences for students in editing and publishing, and represents The University of Findlay as a supporter of the arts.

Its name is taken from ulmus rubra, the unassuming but versatile hardwood that flourishes in Northwestern Ohio. Founded in 2013, Slippery Elm is published by The University of Findlay and distributed nationwide and internationally.

The University of Findlay is a comprehensive university with a hands-on approach to learning located in Findlay, Ohio, approximately 45 miles south of Toledo. With a total enrollment of approximately 3,600 full-time and part-time students, The University of Findlay is noted for its innovative, career-oriented programs in nearly 60 majors and 12 graduate and professional degrees. For more information, visit www.findlay.edu or call 1-800-472-9502.

Slippery Elm is published by The University of Findlay. Literary and artistic merit is the sole criterion for all work included. Content does not necessarily reflect the opinions of The University of Findlay, its faculty, staff, administration, or student body.



Deadline 9/30/2020
Contact Name Slippery Elm Literary Journal
Contact Email [email protected]