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Annual Spiritual & Religious Youth Art Competition

  • 126 East 400 South
  • Springville, UT 84663
  • Presented By: Springville Museum of Art
  • Dates: 11/21/2020, 11/24/2020, 11/25/2020, 11/27/2020, 11/28/2020, 12/1/2020, 12/2/2020, 12/3/2020, 12/4/2020, 12/5/2020, 12/8/2020, 12/9/2020, 12/10/2020, 12/11/2020, 12/12/2020, 12/15/2020, 12/16/2020, 12/17/2020, 12/18/2020, 12/19/2020, 12/22/2020, 12/23/2020, 12/24/2020, 12/26/2020, 12/29/2020, 12/30/2020, 12/31/2020, 1/2/2021
  • Location: Springville Museum of Art
  • Time: 10:00 AM to 11:59 PM
  • Price: Admission is free.
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  • Overview
    November 21, 2020 - January 2, 2021With the holiday season swiftly approaching, we are excited to announce this year’s Annual Spiritual & Religious Youth Art Competition. This exhibition is open to K-10 students living in Utah Valley. This year, in efforts to make this an interfaith celebration, we are encouraging students to create artwork that will coincide with themes found in the exhibition Contemplations: Highlights from the Spiritual and Religious Permanent Collection. The prompts for this year’s Youth Art Competition will focus on mindfulness and peace. We encourage students to consider the following prompts when thinking of subject matter:When and where do you feel the most at peace?When have you felt inspired or touched by nature?When have you been mindful of the people and things around you?Where is your favorite place to go in nature?For this year only, the exhibition will be on display upstairs in our Dee Pioneer Gallery.In order to protect the safety of our staff and our visitors, the following precautions are currently in place:All staff are required to wear a mask when interacting with others.Hand-sanitizer stations have been set up in numerous locations around the Museum for public use.All visitors are requested to wear a face covering. Masks are available at the Front Desk for those that are in need.Physical distancing of 6 feet or more is strongly encouraged.Museum staff will be conducting thorough disinfecting regimens of high-touch areas at noon, 2pm, and at closing each day. Extreme high-touch areas will be disinfected hourly.If you are experiencing any symptoms, please do not visit the Museum.For High-Risk Individuals, please take extra precautions if you decide to come visit.