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Page 12 Pre-Fair Supplement October 3, 2018 PREMIUMS OFFERED: Walsh County Extension Office and theWalsh County Fair Class Art Show with the same articles they have exhibited Ist - $3.00 will not be held responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged in the 4-H divisions. 2nd - $2.00 exhibits. II. In all divisions, Ist, 2nd, and 3rd place ribbons may 3rd - $1.00 5. Exhibits will be on display at the Fair Building during be givenOn merit according to the Judges' discretion. A I. All exhibits must be entered at the Walsh County regular Fair hours, maximum of I blue, red, and white ribbon may be given Fair Building, on Wednesday, October 17, between 3:30- 6. All exhibits must be actual, original work of the ex- per Lot in the Junior andYouth Divisions. However, all Jun- 6:00 pro. Please NOTE this is the only entry time for ex- hibitor. The artists' work must not be a copy of another ior and Youth Division exhibitors will receive a blue, red, hibits. Exhibits are judged at 9:00 am on Thursday, artists' work. The exhibitors must be of showmanship white or an exhibitor ribbon. October 18. The Art Show Division area will be closed quality and not previously entered in competition at the 12. Premiums are not given to the Pre-School Art Di- for viewing at this time Art Show. Class work items or their copies must be stu- vision; exhibitor will receive a participation ribbon. 2. All exhibits must be picked up between 9:00 am- dent's own work. 13. A"Division Champion" ribbon will be given in each I I:00 am, on Saturday, October 20. Premiums will be with- 7. Three (3) entries per exhibitor are allowed in each Art and Photography Division. An Overall"Judges Choice" held on exhibits removed from the fair prior to Release lot for the articles that will be judged. The exhibitor may Time. also have up to 5 additional works for display and sale in Sweepstake ribbon will also be given. In case of a blue rib- 3. All Art and Photography EXHIBITS MUST BE art, sculpture, woodcarving, pottery and/or photography, bon tie in a Division, red and white ribbons will be READY TO HANG. Eye screws and heavy wire hangings Exhibits in the art division are limited in size to 30" x 36", counted. or other hanger appropriate for the weight of the exhibit depending on availability of sl ace. 14. A protest made against any entry or against any de- are required. However, saw tooth hangers are not ac- 8. Exhibitors' may sell articles, but the article cannot cision of the Judges' must be made in writing within 24 ceptable for hanging. If exhibit is not ready for hanging, ex- be dismantled until the end of the Show. Each exhibitor hours. All protests must be made to the Art Show Com- hibitor will be charged $1.00 per hanger. Exhibits not must handle all business transactions on the sale of the at- mittee. The protest must state plainly the cause of corn- ready for hanging are considered unfinished. Art Show title, plaint or appeal, with specific charges and facts. All Committee is not responsible for exhibits damaged due 9. The exhibitors' age should be written on the tags for questions in dispute or differences not covered by these to being improperly hung. the Junior, Youth, and Pre-Youth Divisions. rules shall be referred to the governingWalsh County Fair 4. All exhibits are the exhibitors' responsibility. The 10. 4-H'ers are not allowed to compete in the Open Board whose decisions shall be final. Art Division (Art, Sculpture, Pottery, Folk Art) Professional Art Division LOT I. Oils 2. Acrylics 3. Water Colors (Tempera, Egg Tempera will be included in this area) 41 Drawing (Charcoal, Prints, Pen, Ink, Pastels) S. Mixed Media 6. Cartoons 7. Collage 8. Stained Glass Semi-Professional Art Division (Exhibitor who has sold at least one piece of art work) LOT I 0. Oils II. Acrylics 12. Water Colors (Tempera, Egg Tempera will be included in this area) Youth Art Division 13. Drawing (Charcoal, Prints, Pen, (Girls and Boys in Grades 4-6.) Ink, Pastels) LOT t4. Mixed Media 45. Oils 15. Cartoons 46. Acrylics 16. Collage 47. Water Colors (Tempera, Egg 17. Stained Glass Tempera will be included in this area) AmateurArt Division 48. Drawing (Charcoal, Prints, Pen, (Exhibitor who has never sold a Ink) piece of work) 49. Mixed Media LOT 50. Cartoons 20. Oils 51. Collage 21. Acrylics 52. Stained Glass 22. Water Colors (Tempera, Egg 53. Etching on Glass or Metal, Tempera will be included in this Wood burning area) 54. Other item made as a result of 23. Drawing (Charcoal, Prints, Pen, a skill learned as a school proj- Ink, Pastels) ect 24. Mixed Media 55. Silk Screening 25. Cartoons 56. Pastels 26. Collage 27. Stained Glass Pre-Youth Art Division 28. Batik (Girls and Boys in Grades K-3.) 29. Other LOT ~7. Oils Junior Art Division 58. Acrylics (Girls and Boys in Grades 7-12.) 59. Water Colors (Tempera, Egg LOT Tempera will be included in this 30. Oils area) 3 I. Acrylics 60. Drawing (Charcoal, Prints, Pen, 32. Water Colors (Tempera, Egg Ink) Tempera will be included in this 61. Mixed Media area) 62. Cartoons 33. Drawing (Charcoal, Prints, Pen, 63. Collage Ink) 64. Stained Glass 34. Mixed Media 65. Etching on Glass or Metal, 35. Cartoons Wood burning 36. Collage 66. Other item made as a result of 37. Stained Glass 38. Etching on Glass or Metal, a skill learned as a school proj- Wood burning ect 39. Other item made as a result of 67. Silk Screening a skill learned as a school proj- 68. Pastels ect 40. Silk ScreeningPre-School Art Division 41. Pastels (Girls and Boys ages 2-6.) * No premiums will be paid in this LOT; Pre-Schooler will receive a participation ribbon. LOT 69. Any Art Project Pottery Division LOT 70. Pottery Sculpture, Woodcarving and Wood Working Division LOT 7 I. Sculpture 72. Wooclcarving (Adults) 73. Woodcarving (Youth) 74. Wood Working (No Kits) FolkArt Division LOT 75. Rosemalling 76. Tole Painting 77. Pennsylvania Dutch 78. Ukrainian Egg Painting. 79. Novelty Painting (Saws, Rocks, Disks, Wood, etc.) I) Final size of each pho- tograph must be no smaller than a 5" x 7" print for the Photography Division and no larger than a 16" x 20" print. 2) Exhibitors may have 3 entries per category (i.e. 3 portraits, 3 scenic, etc.) 3) Prints or negatives may be cropped to improve the composition. 4) Enlarging need not be the work of the exhibitor. S) White borders on prints are to be removed. 6) Captions, if used, are not to exceed (5) words and are to be placed in lower left hand corner. 7) Matting your prints is recommended. No glass frames. 8) All EXHIBITS MUST BE READY TO HANG. If exhibit is not read for hang- in~ exhibit will be charged $1.00 per hanger. Exhibits not ready for hanging are considered unfinished. Art Show Committee is not re- sponsible for exhibits dam- aged due to being improperly hung. Youth Photography Division Exhibitors 17 years of age and under. LOT 80. Portrait (Posed pictures of person or persons) 8 I. Candid (Pictures of per- son or persons not posed) 82. Holiday (Pictures with a holiday theme) 83. Agriculture (Pictures showcasing farm life) 84. Structures and Buildings 85. Scenic (Travel, Land- stapes, Sunrise/Sunset, etc.) 86. Nature (Animals, Plants, Birds, etc.) 87. Still Life (A picture of an object that is not living) 88. Photo Journalism (A pic- ture that tells a stor)c sports, human interest, activities, etc.) 89. Fair Pictures (Pictures that were taken at theWalsh County Fair) 90. Black and White/Sepia 91. Computer Edited (Pic- tures that have been digitally enhanced) 92.You Name It (Any subject not included in the above) Adult Photography Division Exhibitors 18 years of age and over. LOT 93. Portrait (Posed pictures of person or persons) 94. Candid (Pictures of per- son or persons not posed) 95. Holiday (Pictures with a holiday theme) 96. Agriculture (Pictures showcasing farm life) 97. Structures and Buildings 98. Scenic (Travel, Land- scapes, Sunrise/Sunset, etc.) 99. Nature (Animals, Plants, Birds, etc.) 100.Still Life (A picture of an object that is not living) 101. Photo Journalism (A picture that tells a story: sports, human interest, ac- tivities, etc.) 102. Fair Pictures (Pictures that were taken at theWalsh County Fair) 103. Black andWhite/Sepia 104. Computer Edited (Pic- tures that have been digitally enhanced) 10S.You Name It (Any sub- ject not included in the above)