Salcombe Art Club Children’s Competition: Draw the Regatta 2016
Draw the Regatta is an Art Competition for children who are inspired by the regatta events. It’s a unique opportunity for younger generations to learn about Salcombe Art Club.
Who can enter the competition?
Local residents and visitors alike are welcome to take part, and it’s free!
The competition is divided into two age categories: children up to 7 years old, and children between 8 and 12 years old.
Are there prizes to win?
The drawings will be judged by a panel of Salcombe Art Club members.
There will be a Winner prize and a Runner up prize for each category.
The prizes will consist of Art materials.
How can you take part in the competition?
To participate, all children must collect an official sketching paper from the Salcombe Art Club, Victoria Quay, TQ8 8DA.
The club is opening hours are 11am to 5pm daily.
When is the deadline for entries for the competition?
The submission deadline is noon on Wednesday 3 August.
Then what happens?
The winners will be decided by 2pm on Wednesday 3 August.
All competition pictures will be displayed to the public until the end of the Regatta.
Prizes may be collected from the Club once the winners are revealed.
WHO CAN JOIN SALCOMBE ART CLUB?
Salcombe Art Club comprises a mix of artists: some professional artists such as those who teach our classes but also many amateurs and some very new to drawing/painting. Everyone is welcome!
Membership of Salcombe Art Cub is not limited to those living in Salcombe. Anyone within striking distance is welcome to apply for membership, but it makes most sense for those who live near enough so as to benefit from the classes in the winter, and – if they intend to become exhibiting members – to fulfil their stewarding obligations during the summer.
Step 1 is to enrol as a Lay Member – that’s the first rung of the ladder! Then Salcombe Art club has three categories of membership.
- Lay members (for a subscription of £12 per annum) may take part in workshops, courses and social activities and generally assist in supporting the club but may not exhibit, nor vote at the AGM.
- Associate members (for a subscription of £17 per annum) may exhibit in the Little Studio section (but not the main gallery) of the Annual Summer Exhibition.
- Full members (for a subscription of £27 per annum) may exhibit their works in the Annual Summer Exhibition when they are required to carry out their share of stewarding duties.