Though the art of pictorial story telling can be dated back to our cave dwelling ancestors, the true blossoming of children’s literature wasn’t until the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, when new developments in technology and changing attitudes towards childhood brought it into a golden age. As such, many of us grew up with fond memories of children’s classic stories such as “Alice in Wonderland,” “Hansel and Grettle,” “The Little Red Hen,” and “Grim Fairytales.” The Spirit Room asks artists to choose a character from a classic fairytale and depict them as you interpret them to be in any medium of your choosing. Registration fee $5.
Deadline for entries: Friday, January 15th
Where and When: Spirit Room Galleries
Exhibit: Monday January 18th – Friday, March 5th, 2021
Gallery Hours: 1:00 – 5:00 Monday through Friday
The Spirit Room invites individuals to share their favorite fairytales. Feel free to stop in the Spirit Room Monday – Friday 1-5 to produce a video recording or email us your recording to firstname.lastname@example.org. Featured artwork by Kimberly Kenyon.