THANK YOU TO ALL! Last week’s reception was a great event thanks to every person there – photographer, guest, volunteer, sponsor, musician, member of the library staff and member of the public. Check back soon for photos of the festivities (today, we rest).
Seen above, Focus ’19 Best of Show: “Country Road” by Jacqueline Etling
GOING STRAIGHT TO THE INFO
To see FAQs (frequently-asked questions) about Focus, click here.
For a PDF of the FOCUS ’19 poster, click here.
For a PDF of the FOCUS ’19 program guide booklet, [it’s not yet uploaded – check back soon].
To see the entry details for Focus ’19, click here.
To see the next key dates for Focus ’19, click here.
For the Focus ’19 entry-form brochure, click here.
ABOUT THE NEXT FOCUS EXHIBIT
If you’re on the Focus mailing list, next year you’ll get your heads-up e-mail in early January – b/c by then we have the Focus exhibit dates – followed by a well-placed reminder email whenever the next key date (e.g., Drop-off Weekend) approaches for participants and the public. Let us know if you’d like to be added to the list.
The Focus Organizing Committees consists of artists and art-lovers – volunteers all! – who do the work for this exhibit each year with the goal of promoting our appreciation of the powerful blend of art/expression and reality/reportage that is photography. All are invited to volunteer for any or all activities (even an hour or two of volunteering makes a big difference). It’s a fun, rewarding experience to team up with other great people who appreciate the importance of art in our lives.
We are very interested in your ideas for Focus (and for the Wilton Arts Council) and hope you’ll be able to take part in Focus next year. Please contact Beth at email@example.com with your questions and ideas, or to be one of the wonderful people willing to volunteer for our Focus team activities.
Please spread the word to your family and friends – and don’t forget to encourage youths and high school students to participate next year.
Every one of us can bring our unique gifts to the arts
They in turn give us back so much of what makes us human