LOVE NOT HATE EXPRESSIONS: AN ART EXHIBIT CELEBRATING DIVERSITY THROUGH THE EYES OF YOUNG PEOPLE
Partnering to amplify the voice of children and teens in social justice issues, the Children’s Museum of Evansville and Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana are hosting the Love Not Hate Expressions exhibition and Children’s March on Evansville. The art exhibition is intended to be a celebration – of love – of children – of diversity, and of the values of love and inclusion to our community’s future leaders. Love Not Hate Expressions Exhibit is not juried, and has no registration fee. Work will be displayed at Children’s Museum of Evansville Nov. 13-Dec. 4.
Eligibility & Guidelines
Love Not Hate Expressions is open to youth up to age 21. All media are eligible. Artwork must be original. Artists, parents, or guardians must sign a hold harmless agreement at the time artwork is delivered. Artists may enter up to two works into the exhibit. 2D and 3D work is accepted. All 2D artwork must be unframed. Submitted artwork may be used for promotional purposes for the Love Not Hate Expressions exhibit, the Children’s March for Love, or for any of the partnering presenters.
– Oct. 30 and Nov. 6: Art collected at the Children’s Museum of Evansville (22 SE 5th St, Evansville, IN 47708)
– Nov. 7, 2 p.m.: Children’s March for Love (Four Freedoms Monument, Evansville
– Nov. 13 through Dec. 4: Art displayed at CMOE
– Dec. 11: Art Pick-up at Children’s Museum of Evansville