Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Digital Exhibition Call for Artists
MARCH 24, 2020 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE RELEASE # 20-020
For more information please contact: Stefanie Ritter, Museum Program Supervisor
PARTICIPATE IN THE HI-DESERT NATURE MUSEUM’S
“REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE” DIGITAL EXHIBITION
LET’S TALK TRASH
Due to the current COVID-19 outbreak the Hi-Desert Nature Museum had to cancel its annual "Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Exhibition," but if there is a will, there is a way! The Museum is asking Reduce Reuse Recycle artists to participate in a web-friendly exhibition which will be featured on the Museum's website and Facebook page.
ARTISTS, please email the following:
- 2 (two) JPEG images of each piece.Remember, quality is everything! Make sure the artwork is in focus and in good lighting.
- There is a limit of two art submissions per person.
- A brief description of your artwork, including title and which recycled materials were used. (This is not an artist statement, please be brief.)
- The artist's name and which town or city he or she lives in.
Instructions: Email your submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org by April 4, 2020. Put "RRR Submission" and the artist's last name in the subject line of the email. Attach two JPEG images of your piece and include the text details in the body of the email. One submission per email, please. Click send.
For over 55 years the Hi-Desert Nature Museum has been dedicated to the process of education by exploring the natural, artistic and cultural heritage of the Morongo Basin and High Desert. The Museum seeks to inspire wonder, discovery, understanding and responsibility in its community and visitors through exhibits, programs, and collections in the arts, history, and natural sciences. The Hi-Desert Nature Museum is operated by the Town of Yucca Valley and is located in the Yucca Valley Community Center Complex at 57090 Twentynine Palms Highway. The Museum is open Wednesday-Saturday from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Admission is free; donations support the educational mission of the Museum. For more information, contact the Hi-Desert Nature Museum at (760) 369-7212 or see our web site at www.hidesertnaturemuseum.org. Visit us on Facebook.