Eastman Juried Art Exhibit 2021
Winnipeg River Arts Council is pleased to announce it will be hosting the Eastman Juried Art Exhibit 2021. For 2021 the exhibit will take place online, with no in person events.
Artists and artisans of all skill levels, ages 15 and older who are residents of the Eastman Region for a minimum of 2 calendar months per year, are given the opportunity to submit pictures of up to three pieces for this juried exhibition. If selected, their work will be displayed in an online gallery hosted by the Manitoba Arts Network for the months of July & August.
Ten pieces will be selected from the juried entries to participate in the Manitoba Rural and Northern Juried Art Show held in Winnipeg. The Manitoba Rural & Northern Juried Art Show is a provincial level exhibition that celebrates the artistic achievements of artists from Manitoba’s rural and northern communities. The exhibit introduces Winnipeg audiences to the artistic work generated by visual artists from beyond the perimeter (Eastman, Westman, Central, Parkland, Northern and Interlake Regions). A diverse range of media (painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, ceramics, and textiles) is exhibited. All selected artists are sent registration information from the MB Arts Network and can register to participate if they so choose.
The Winnipeg River Arts Council Inc. enhances quality of life in north eastern Manitoba by advancing arts and culture.
WRAC looks forward to serving residents, visitors, artists and arts groups within the Winnipeg River corridor (east of Highway 11 and north of Highway 317). The region is culturally diverse and home to many talented artists and arts organizations that provide opportunities for arts and culture. WRAC’s regional structure will help community arts organizations, schools and recreation services work together to plan larger regional arts initiatives by facilitating the sharing of resources, information and talents. WRAC seeks to contribute to economic grow by promoting the region’s arts and cultural assets to residents and tourists.