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Deadline to Apply: Extended to October 5, 2018
Art Due to the Harn Store: November 15, 2018 (Drop off at the Harn Store during Museum hours)
Support the arts by submitting a work to be sold in our 6 x 6 Mini Art Sale. This event is organized in partnership with UF Health Shands Arts in Medicine. Your contribution will inspire others, bring awareness to the healing aspects of arts in medicine and support programs and exhibitions at the Harn.
The Mini Art Sale will be displayed in the Harn Museum of Art’s Chandler Auditorium from Tuesday, November 20 through Thursday, December 13. The art sale will take place on December 13 from 6 to 9 pm during Museum Nights.
The art you create for the Mini Art Sale art will be due on November 15 and considered a donation with all proceeds being divided equally between the Harn Museum of Art and UF Health Shands Arts in Medicine.
For this event, high quality 6 x 6 inch canvases will be provided to each artist. In order to ensure that these panels are able to be hung in the auditorium. We kindly ask that artists be careful not to add excessive weight or dimension to the panel.
Local artists whose work we carry in the store include Gary Borse, Virginia Chen, Lea Hale, Kana Handel, Jim Harrison, Sarah Hinds, Ann Lindell, Jay McIver, Holly Merton, John Moran, Susannah Peddie, Sylvia Scudder, Lee Shaw, Lyndsay Sheegan, Sally Stein and Leslie Tharp. Proceeds from the sale of these products benefit both the Harn and the local artist.
Our jewelry and accessories are some of our top sellers. From glass beaded necklaces handmade in Africa to recycled can top purses. If you are trying to find a unique piece for your wardrobe, the Harn Museum Store is the place to shop.
African Art is one of the Harn's five collecting areas. The Harn Museum Store has a wide range of products, many of which originate in Africa and are fair-trade items.
The Harn is dedicated to collecting, preserving and exhibiting Asian art. Find unique Asian-themes products relating to our extensive collection on view in the Cofrin Asian Art Wing.
The Harn holds many programs appealing to children and families. Likewise it's important to provide products for kids that will inspire a love for art, nurture problem-solving and teach about art movements and artists.
Questions? Call the store at 352.294.7066.