“Marsh Tacky: Now and Then" Exhibition at Coastal Discovery Museum
Author: CH2 Press Release
Hilton Head Island – The Coastal Discovery Museum is pleased to announce that it will host the “Marsh Tacky: Now and Then” exhibition, from September 13th through October 31st. This exhibit will trace the history these horses in South Carolina and recognize the efforts by statewide and national organizations to preserve the South Carolina State Heritage Horse.
This exhibit will feature historic information about the Marsh Tacky, scientific information, and information about conservation efforts to protect it from extinction. In addition, the Coastal Discovery Museum is seeking entries for artwork to be included in the exhibit.
Marsh Tackies’ natural beauty, the people who have historically worked with Marsh Tackies, and historic Gullah beach races– all of these themes, and others, are welcomed in entries.
Applications are available on the Museum’s website or you can contact Natalie Hefter at 843-689-6767, ext. 225 or firstname.lastname@example.org to receive an application. The jury fees are: $10 per submission or $30 for four entries. Artists working in all media, two and three dimensional, are encouraged to apply. Entries must be received by September 6th , 2012 to be considered for inclusion in the exhibition.
Digital submissions of works are preferred and may be submitted to email@example.com. The work can consist of sculptures, Photographs, Paintings, and Mixed Media. There are no size limitations for the pieces of this exhibit.