Calling Artists of all Ages…
The Festival Committee seeks artwork to be considered for the cover of the 2018 Festival catalog, as well as various promotional items.
The winning entry will receive a prize of $500 and the artist will have their bio and photograph featured in the 2018 Festival Catalog!
The winning selection will be chosen by the Festival Committee, and winners will be announced and all submissions will be showcased at the Festival. In previous years, we have had a tremendous turn-out with a great showing of wonderful talent!
The Deadline for artwork submissions is midnight May 31, 2018.
Download the full rules and information, and the entry form here:
2018 FFF Art Contest Letter
Rules and Information:
1. Art should be greyscale or black and white (preferably pen and ink).
2. Art must be no larger than 8”x11”.
3. Art must reflect the theme of the festival by including one or all of the following: Fiber animals (sheep, goats, alpacas, rabbits, llamas, etc), working border collies, fiber tools (spinning wheels, weaving looms, knitting needles, etc), or items made of fiber (sweaters, blankets, mittens, etc).
4. Please do NOT include text in your design.
5. Winning artwork will become property of the Fall Fiber Festival & Sheep Dog Trials, Inc.
For more information, please contact Connie Deatherage and Candise Fountain, FFF Artwork Competition Coordinators at firstname.lastname@example.org
We thank you for your interest in the art competition and look forward to seeing you at the Festival in October!
Congratulations to our 2017 Cover Artwork Winner
Andy's art will be used on our catalog cover and 2017 t-shirts and totes - look for them at the Info tent at the Festival. Andy was born and raised in Charlottesville, Virginia, and grew up working on the Mangham Manor wool and mohair farm. As a long-time farmer, he has always held an appreciation for the Fall Fiber Festival and has fond memories of participating in it as a boy. Andy has also always had a passion for the arts, and thought it would be a fun experience to try his luck at the Festival's artwork competition. Andy is currently in his second year at UVA and studies art, though he’s keeping an open mind as far as majors go.