The Holter Museum of Art is proud to support artists throughout our community and region.
If you are interested in selling your artwork at the Museum Store or participating in the 2016 HoHoHolter Holiday Sale, please click on the Museum Store link on our home page to find the current submission forms or contact Paige Ferro at email@example.com or (406) 442-6400 extension 101.
If you would like to learn more about formal exhibition opportunities or how to participate in our 2016 Gala & Auction as an auction artist, please contact Renee Erb at firstname.lastname@example.org or (406) 442-6400 extension 104.
If you are interested in submitting an application to install work in the Aquarium, please contact Seth Roby at (406) 442-6400 extension 107.
Call for Artists:
The Helena Dragon Project
NEEDED: ARTISTS LOOKING TO COLLABORATE WITH HELENA 4TH & 5TH GRADERS ON ORIGINAL DRAGON AND FANTASY ART
The Holter Museum of Art is planning to showcase the first annual Helena Dragon Project. This Exhibition is a collaboration between children and adult artists working together to create dragons and other fantasy characters. This inaugural event is based on the Big Read book Earthsea by Ursula le Guin. Fourth and Fifth grade students from Broadwater Elementary school in Helena, MT will create original dragons and fantasy characters. The work of each student will be assigned to a local adult artist who will interpret the child’s drawing using their own unique style and medium. The results will be displayed at the Museum and auctioned at a September 24th, 2016 event featuring both the original child-drawn character and the artist’s interpretation of their work.
This project’s purpose is to bring more art into the Helena Public Schools. In an effort to foster that, 50% of the proceeds from this exhibition and sale will go towards bringing HPS kids to the Holter Museum for art classes.
If you want to make a dragon or fantasy character, please sign and submit before July 1st.
To register please download and print the form below and return to the museum or contact Sondra Hines at email@example.com