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TWHBEA Art and Photo Contest Deadline July 1, 2003



TWHBEA Art and Photo Contest Deadline July 1, 2003

Lewisburg, Tenn.-The Youth Programs/Performance Show Horse office announces that the deadline for the TWHBEA Art and Photo Contest is July 1, 2003.

The Art Contest is open to all TWHBEA youth members with two divisions, 12 and under and 13 and over. Art entries must be Tennessee Walking Horse oriented. Entries may be, but are not limited to paintings, drawings, etchings or sculptures. All entries must be matted, except three dimensional works. The artwork is to be the exclusive work of the TWHBEA Youth Member submitting the entry. Entries will be judged on creativity and artistic ability. There is a limit of three entries per youth member.

The Photography Contest is open to all TWHBEA youth members with two divisions, 12 and under and 13 and over. Photo entries must involve one or more Tennessee Walking Horses in some manner. Preferred size is maximum 8X10 overall, including mounting and matting. Entry may be as small as 3 1/2X5 inches. Photo must be titled, with 50% of judging being based on creativity/appropriateness of title and 50% on visual effect. Photos may be either black and white or color. Technical expertise, while helpful in creating the visual effect, is not a major concern. The photograph and titling must be the exclusive work of the TWHBEA Youth Member submitting the entry. There is a limit of three entries per youth member.

Awards for art and photo contests include prize money and walking horse apparel. Winners are acknowledged in the Voice magazine and recognized in center ring at the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration in Shelbyville, Tenn.

Contest entries should be mailed to TWHBEA, P.O. Box 286, Lewisburg, Tenn., 37091. All questions should be directed to Joni Jenne’, Youth Programs/Performance Show Horse Coordinator at 931-359-1574, ext. 156 or by e-mail at youthprograms@twhbea.com.

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