Theme: Listen to Women
The American Association of University Women Grosse Pointe invites young artists to explore the achievements and contributions of women and to shine a light on the issues women have faced and continue to face today.
Participation is open to artists 13-19. 2D and 3D works are welcome, however 2D work must be mounted or matted or framed to facilitate hanging. Commercial kits, models and hobby crafts are not eligible.
Entries must be delivered between 4 and 8pm on Wednesday, November 10, 2021, to the Manoogian Art Gallery at University Liggett School, 1045 Cook Rd. Grosse Pointe Woods.
Please submit this completed form (front and back) electronically to email@example.com by November 5, 2021. Also bring a completed form with you at in-take on November 10, 2021.
Best of Show $300, Second Place $200, Third Place $100
November 12 - December 15. 2021
Manoogian Art Gallery at University Liggett School, 1045 Cook Rd. Grosse Pointe Woods.
Gallery is open to visitors during school hours until 3:30p.m. Visitors must check in at front desk.
Opening reception 6-8 pm, Thursday, Nov. 18, 2021. Artists, their friends, and family are invited.
The Gallery will be open to the public on Sunday December 5, 2021, 2-4 p.m. when awards will be presented.
Tresa Baldas has been a journalist for 33 years, covering legal and social justice issues at papers including the Detroit Free Press, the Chicago Tribune, New Hampshire’s Concord Monitor and New House Newspapers in Washington, D.C. Over the last decade, while at the Detroit Free Press, she has covered many critical issues and inequalities facing women. She has written extensively on workplace discrimination, domestic abuse, female genital mutilation, harassment, and sexual abuse. Most notably, she investigated and exposed years of hidden sexual assault cases of women tourists at Jamaican resorts. This investigation led to her being named the 2019 Michigan Journalist of the year by the Michigan Press Association.
She earned her B.A. in journalism from Michigan State University, where she met her husband, M.L. Elrick. Their two daughters, Emily, and Sophie, also attend MSU. She is a proud Detroiter, having lived on the east side for 22 years, where they raised their daughters.
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AAUW GP reserves the right to disqualify any artwork submitted, including artwork deemed inappropriate for young viewers. Entries will be handled with all possible care, however, AAUW and University Liggett School are not responsible for loss or damage.