The Okaloosa Arts Alliance (OAA) would like to invite all Okaloosa County residents to participate in the first virtual arts contest and gallery. The OAA wants to know what you consider “Holiday Spirit”, it could be a holiday song sung by you (maximum of 1 minute), a holiday dance or act (maximum of 1 minute), or any form of visual holiday art (drawing, painting, photography, etc).
Any Okaloosa County resident can submit one entry. The virtual contest deadline is Dec 30, 2019. Please submit your entry via email attachment to email@example.com
. Please put “Virtual Arts Contest” in the subject line and either attach both the form and your entry or in your email include your name, email, enter your grade if you are a student, and what type of art you entering. Please note that by entering the contest you are giving the Okaloosa Arts Alliance permission to post your art entry on the OAA website and social media. All of the entries will be on the Okaloosa Arts Alliance website through Jan 30, 2020. Voting is open to anyone visiting the Okaloosa Arts Alliance from Dec 30, 2019, through Jan 20, 2020. Winners of the contest will be announced at the Music & Wine Annual event on Sat, Jan 25, 2020. All rules and guidelines for both entering the contest and for voting on the contest will be on the art page on the OAA website at https://www.okaloosaarts.org/virtual-performing-and-visual-art-contest-gallery.html
. Email Amy at firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information about the contest.
The Okaloosa Arts Alliance (OAA) is the officially designated non-profit arts agency for Okaloosa County with the mission of supporting and promoting art and culture in Okaloosa County. The Okaloosa Arts Alliance enhances the cultural environment of its community, and promotes, coordinates, and nurtures high-quality arts and cultural resources that enrich the lives of residents and visitors. The OAA is supported in part by the Florida Department of State and from Arts auto license tag revenues but could not exist without its members and community support. For more information, visit www.okaloosaarts.org