15th Annual Holiday Arts Festival
A Fine Arts – Fine Artisans Show and Sale at Kalahari Resort
The Conference Center at Kalahari
250 Kalahari Blvd,
Pocono Manor, PA 18349
Saturday, November 30, 2019 10 AM – 5 PM
Sunday, December 1, 2019 10 AM – 5 PM
The Pocono Mountain Arts Council has extended the member rate for any PoconoArts artist or artisan who would like to participate in the 15th Annual Fine Arts Show. See details below, and visit https://poconomac.com/kalahari to apply.
INFORMATION & REGULATIONS 2019 HOLIDAY ARTS FESTIVAL. This fine arts/fine crafts show is juried. All work exhibited must be the work of the exhibiting artist/artisan, who must be present at all times during the show. If you work in more than one discipline (i.e. you paint, and also make jewelry), then you must submit images for each discipline for which you wish to be juried. It is possible that you will be “juried in” for one discipline, and not for the other. No manufactured items or items made from kits will be accepted.
“…yearning to breathe free…”
Immigration – An American Story
“Give me your tired, your poor,
Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,
The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.
Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me,
I lift my lamp beside the golden door!”
So ends Emma Lazarus’ famous poem, “The New Colossus,” immortalized at the base of the Statue of Liberty. One cannot tell the story of America without telling the story of immigration, they are one and the same. Immigrants constitute an enormous part of the fabric of our nation, its warp and woof, our culture, and our character. To tell their story is to speak a living history for many, it is a crossing, a passage, a journey to a land of hope and opportunity. For many, it is a cage, a boundary, an impossible divide, a wall.
This Spring, the Dunning Gallery at NCC-Monroe will feature an art exhibit featuring works from all mediums (painting, photography, collage, sculpture, and more) that explore America’s complicated identityand sometimes fraught relationship with immigration in an aim to capture the beauty and stories of triumph that accompany immigrants and the cultural heritages and histories they bring to this country, alongside the bitterness, racism, and challenges that beset it and them as well.
To submit artwork for consideration, please email a photograph of your artwork to . Please submit up to two pieces of artwork for consideration. Emailed photos should be no larger than 72 ppi with dimensions no larger than 6×9 inches. Please include a short description of each piece that include title, dimensions, and medium.
Deadline to enter 12/1/19; Artists will be notified of acceptance by 12/15/19.