The Underlying Spirit of Emily Carr

Competition seeks art works inspired by Emily Carr

Sponsored and arranged by the Victoria College of Art, in partnership with Madrona Gallery, The BC Arts Council, The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, ToonBoom, and The Victoria Symphony, The Underlying Spirit is a contest for artworks in all media produced as an homage to Emily Carr. All works submitted by the deadline of Fri, August 19th at noon will be adjudicated to determine which 35 works will be displayed at Madrona Gallery. The show will open Fri, September 9th, and will be attended by a panel of distinguished judges –  Peter Such, Kerry Mason, Martin Segger, Fran Willis, Jan Ross, and Michael Warren — to determine first, second, and third prize winners. The first prize award will be $1,000; second place award will be $500; third place award will be $250.                         Visit vca.ca for more information. M

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