Artists sought for exhibition tying in with steampunk Alice production

Lightning Octopus reported a while back that Mesa’s Desert Rose Theatre is producing a steampunk re-imagining of Alice in Wonderland in October. Now comes word that local artists can get in on the act and have their own sci-fi-Victorian visions of the world “Through the Looking Glass” displayed in the theater’s lobby during the run of the show.

Here are the details for artists interested in participating:

All art submitted will be on display in the theatre’s lobby during the run of the show (Oct 14- Nov 3) with the winner being announced on the final day of the performance.  Judging will be by John Fair of Killhouettes, Suzy Almblade (Conceptual artist for Mantecoza) and Keith Descare of KAD Creations.  There will be one Grand Prize and one Audience Choice Award.

The art may be of any medium the artist chooses (pencil, paint, digital, etc…) but a physical copy of the work must be submitted to be eligible. *Digital copies will not be accepted.*  The work must be of a character or situation within the Alice storyline.

For more information and complete rules contact Desert Rose Theatre with “DRT Alice Art” in the subject line: info@desertrosetheatre.com

 

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