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PAGE 10 PRE-FAIR S PPLEMENT OCTOBER 6, 2009 PREMIUMS OFFERED: I st - $3.00 2nd - $2.00 3rd - $1.00 I. All exhibits must be en- tered at the Walsh County Fair Building, on Wednesday, October 21, between 3:30-6:00 pm. Please NOTE this the only entry time for exhibits. Exhibit tags are available at the Extension Office, and can be obtained prior to Fair week. Exhibits are judged at 9:00 am onThursday, October 22. The Art Show Division area will be closed for viewing at this time 2. All exhibits must be picked up between 9:00 am-I1:00 am, on Saturday, October 24. Premi- ums will be withheld on exhibits removed from the fair prior to Release Time, 3. All Art and Photography EXHIBITS MUST BE READYTO oun HANG. Eye screws and heavy wire hangings or other hanger appropriate for the weignt of the exhibit are required. However, saw tooth hangers are not ac- ceptable for hanging. If exhibit is not ready for hanging, exhibitor will be charged $ 1.00 per hanger. Exhibits not ready for hanging are considered unfinished. Art Show Committee is not respon- sible for exhibits damaged due to being improperly hung. 4. All exhibits are the ex- hibitors' responsibility. The Walsh County Extension Office and the Walsh County Fair will not be held responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged exhibits. 5. Exhibits will be on display at the Fair Building during regu- lar Fair hours. 6.All exhibits must be actual, original work of the exhibitor. pen The artists' work must not be a copy of another artists' work. The exhibitors must be of show- manship quality and not previ- ously entered in competition at the Art Show. Class work items or their copies must be student's own work. 7. Three (3) entries per ex- hibitor are allowed in each lot for the articles that will be judged. The exhibitor may also have up to 5 additional works for display and sale in art, sculp- ture, woodcarving, pottery and/or photography. Exhibits in the art division are limited in size to 30" x 36", depending on avail- ability of space. 8. Exhibitors'.may sell articles, but the article cannot be dis- mantled until the end of the Show. Each exhibitor must han- dle all business transactions on the sale of the article. 9.The exhibitors' age should be written on the tags for the Junior, Youth, and Pre-Youth Di- visions. I 0.4-H'ers are not allowed to compete in the Open Class Art Show with the same articles they have exhibited in the 4-H divisions. II. In all divisions, I st, 2nd, and 3rd place ribbons may be given on merit according to the Judges' discretion. A maximum of I blue, red, and white ribbon may be given per Lot in the Jun- ior and Youth Divisions. How- ever, all Junior and Youth Division exhibitors will receive either a blue, red, white or an exhibitor ribbon. 12. Premiums are not given to the Pre-School Art Division; ex- hibitor will receive a participa- tion ribbon. 13. A "Division Champion" ribbon will be given in each Art and Photography Division. An Overall "Judges Choice" Sweep- stake ribbon will also be given. In case of a blue ribbon tie in a Division, red and white ribbons will be counted. 14. A pretest made against any entry or against any decision of the Judges' must be made in writing within 24 hours. All protests must be made to the Art Show Committee. The protest must state plainly the cause of complaint or appeal, with specific charges and facts. All questions in dispute or dif- ferences not covered by these rules shall be referred to the governing Walsh County Fair Board whose decisions shall be final. Professional Art Division LOT I. Oils 2. Acrylics 3. Water Colors (Tempera, EggTempera will be included in this area) 4. Drawing (Charcoal, Prints, Pen, Ink Pastels) 5. 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, EggTempera will be included in this area) 13. Drawing (Charcoal, Prints, Pen, Ink, Pastels) 14. Mixed Media 15. Cartoons 16. Collage 17. Stained Glass Amateur Art Division (Exhibitor who has never sold a piece of work) LOT 20. Oils 2 I. Acrylics 22. Water Colors (Tempera, EggTempera will be included in this area) 23. Drawing (Charcoal, Prints, Pen, Ink, Pastels) 24. Mixed Media 25. Cartoons 26. Collage 27. Stained Glass 28. Batik 29. Other Junior Art Division (Girls and Boys in Grades 7-12.) LOT 30. Oils 3 I. Acrylics 32. Water Colors (Tempera, EggTempera will be included in this area) 33. Drawing (Charcoal, Prints, Pen, Ink) 34. Mixed Media 35. Cartoons 36. Collage 37. Stained Glass 38. Etching on Glass or Metal,Wood burning 39. Other item made as a result of a skill learned as a school project 40. Silk Screening 4 I. Pastels Youth Art Division (Girls and Boys in Grades 4-6.) LOT 45. Oils 46. Acrylics 47. Water Colors (Tempera, EggTempera will be included in this area) 48. Drawing (Charcoal, Prints. Pen, Ink) 49. Mixed Media 50. Cartoons 5 I. Collage 52. Stained Glass 53. Etching on Glass or Metal,Wood burning 54. Other item made as a result of a skill learned as a school project 55. Silk Screening 56. Pastels Pre-Youth Art Division (Girls and Boys in Grades K-3.) LOT 57. Oils 58. Acrylics 59. Water Colors (Tempera, Egg Tempera will be included in this area) 60. Drawing (Charcoal, Prints, Pen, Ink) 61. Mixed Media 62. Cartoons 63. Collage 64. Stained Glass 65. Etching on Glass or Metal,Wood burning 66. Other item made as a result of a skill learned as a school project 67. Silk Screening 68. Pastels Pre-School Art Division (Girls and Boys ages 2-6.) * No premiums will be paid in this LOT; Pre-Schooler will receive a participation ribbon. LOT 69. AnyArt Project Pottery Division LOT 70. Pottery Sculpture, Woodcarving and Wood Working Divi- sion LOT 7 I. Sculpture 72. Woodcarving (Adults) 73. Woodcarving (Youth) 74. Wood Working (No Kits) Folk Art Division LOT 75. Rosemalling 76. Tole Painting 77. Pennsylvania Dutch 78. Ukrainian Egg Painting 79. Novelty Painting (Saws, Rocks, Disks,Wood, etc.) Photography Division I) Final size of each photo- graph must be no smaller than a 5" x 7" print for the Photog- raphy Division, 8" x 10" print for the Professional Division and no larger than a 16" x 20" print for either of the Divisions. 2) Prints or negatives may be cropped to improve the com- position. 3) Enlarging need not be the work of the exhibitor. 4) White borders on prints are to be removed. 5) Captions, if used, are not to exceed five (5) words and are to be placed in lower left hand corner. 6) Prints can be framed, mated, or placed on hardboard. 7) All EXHIBITS MUST BE READYTO HANG. If exhibit is not read for hanging, 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 damaged due to being improperly hung. 8) Photography exhibits will be listed as: I. Portrait-Posed picture of person or persons 2. Candid-Picture of person or persons! in activity posed) 3. Scenic-Travel Sea, and 4. Nature mals, Plants, Birds, etc. 5. Photo Journalism- Sports, Spot-News, Human In- terest, Man in His World, and Activities, etc. 6. Unclassified-Any subject not included in the above, still life, contemporary, etc. Youth Photography Divi, sion Exhibitors 17 years of age and under. LOT 80. Portrait 8 I. Candid 82. Unclassified 83. Scenic 84. Nature 85. Photo Journalism Adult Photography Divi- sion Exhibitors 18 years of age and over. LOT 86. Portrait 87. Candid 88. Unclassified 89. Scenic 90. Nature 9 I. Photo Journalism