Littleton Colorado Art
We are pleased to announce that Western Welcome Week has created an exhibitor page on its website for others interested in participating in the Littleton Art Show and Art Fair at the Colorado Museum of Natural History.
Black and white photography (B & W) is only considered a relic of the past, but many assume that it is an abandoned art form. This exhibition examines the history of black and white photography in the United States from the early 20th century to the present day and presents seven contemporary black and white photographers from whom the B & W presentation has been selected. They will also learn from these photographers about the techniques and methods they used to create their images, some of which preceded the art of photography itself.
Much has been achieved in the history of black and white photography from the early 20th century to the present day, but not all have achieved so much.
For booths please contact the WWW office at 303 - 794 - 4870 for prices and availability. Commercial opportunities, including those of DIY providers, are available on the sponsors page. Forget the word, visit the Sponsorship Levels page for more information on sponsorship and other commercial opportunities for the Littleton Art Show.
For more information about the Littleton Art Show and its events, please visit the Applications and Registrations page. For the full list of exhibitors and the full programme of events and events, please visit our Applications & Registrations page!
Entries can be submitted online or in person at the Littleton Art Show on the day of the exhibition or by post. Artworks will be on display at the Littleton Museum from 11am to 4pm on Friday 3 March 2017.
Please note: Artworks not collected at the specified time will be forfeited and become the property of the City of Littleton and may be auctioned. After the exhibition you must collect your unsold artwork and return it to us by post. The notices of acceptance or rejection will be mailed by USPS by October 25, 2019.
Please note that Western Welcome Week is not allowed to cancel events due to bad weather and there is no refund for the weather. If the weather causes safety problems, we may have to cancel or postpone the event. We have not cancelled any events due to weather conditions and will not be cancelling, postponing or terminating any event due to weather conditions.
The Littleton Museum reserves the right to refuse or remove an object from the exhibition due to an unstable structure. The artwork to be hung must be ready to hang and has a good chance of being hung in a safe place such as a gallery, museum or other public space. We are not responsible for maintaining or repairing the structural parts of an object or work of art when a piece of material detaches from a main object.
All works must have been created in the last three years and have been shown at least once in the last 12 months at the Littleton Museum. Any work that constitutes a digital file that has been verified as an actual work may be withdrawn at the discretion of the juror.
The Art Board reserves the right to refuse works deemed inappropriate for the Littleton Museum. The depot itself can be rented and is offered as an art gallery, gallery space or as a private apartment for members and their families. The use of organic materials is subject to the same restrictions as the use of other materials in the museum's collection, such as wood, metal, glass and other materials. The small guild of fine arts also has an online gallery where members can show and sell their art.
In addition to the All-Colorado Show, another popular annual event is the recently launched Colorado Aperture Show. Nonmembers of Colorado are invited to apply for the annual "Colorados Show."
The exhibition is open to all Colorado residents who are willing to personally hand over artworks or donate them to the Littleton Museum. The road is cleared for regular traffic, while the road is cleared of the vendors and cleared of debris by the sweepers. Artworks will also be delivered directly from the Colorado Aperture Show on Saturday, April 30, through Sunday, May 1, 2016, at the Denver Museum of Art in Denver.
The show will show women's art that expresses the ideas and experiences of women then and now. The exhibition will also feature the work of artists from the Colorado Aperture Show, the largest and most comprehensive exhibition of its kind in the United States, which will take place at the Denver Museum of Art from April 30 to May 1, 2016. These different themes are presented in a wide variety of forms, from abstract explorations of the human body and the art body to abstract paintings, sculptures, photographs and drawings.