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Ouachita Artists Members Show

Jan. 8 – Feb. 1, 2020 Click here for: RULES Member Show 2020 ENTRY FORM Member Show 2020 Members only.  All mediums. Forms are available above – just click on the link. Judged with prizes! 1st Place               $100 2nd Place              $75 3rd Place               $50 Honorable Mention 2D  $25 Honorable Mention

Young Artist Show

Feb 8 – Feb 29, 2020 Ages 5 – 18 exhibit their art – judged with cash prizes! Entries due:  No later than February 4th at 4 PM Reception February 8th 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Click here for: 2020 Youth Show Tags for Teachers RULES Youth 2020. 2020 Youth

Ouachita Expressions Show

Mar 7 – Apr 25, 2020 Regional show of 2 and 3D art. Judged. Entries due:  No later than 4 PM on Tuesday, March 3, 2020 Reception March 7 1:00pm – 3:00 pm Entry form / Rules will be attached soon!  

Small Works Show

May 2 – Jun 27, 2020 2 dimensional art judged and juried Entry due:  Mar 1 Reception May 2 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm For artists wishing to participate in this show, please find more information by clicking here.

Christmas Gift Show

Nov 3 – Dec 24, 2020 Handmade items by local artists are available for sale. Get unique and one of a kind gifts! Entries due:  November 3, 2020

The Art of the Heartland Juried Competition

The Annual Art of the Heartland National Competition has grown to be one of the nation’s premiere shows for representational art.   It is an opportunity for advanced amateurs and professional artists across America to compete with their peers for cash awards in excess of $8,000, including a special $1,000 award

Small Works Juried Competition

The overwhelming success of the Art of the Heartland National Competition, combined with the trend toward building a collection of numerous small paintings that can be grouped in a limited space, prompted the formation in 2017 of the “Small Works National Competition.” This competition is an exciting one, filling the