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Winners of regional art show, Expressions of Youth, announced

Mona Pieca by Sloan Hickerson

Idabel, OK (February 19, 2019)—The Museum of the Red River revealed the winners of its biennial art competition, Expressions of Youth, on Tuesday. The contest was open to artists ages 11 to 19. Contestants could submit two original works in any media. Entries were judged on their technical quality, originality and artistic merit by Chris …

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Expressions of Youth Submissions due February 10

Sloane Hickerson receiving an award from Sallie Webb

Idabel, OK (January 21, 2019)—Submissions for the Museum of the Red River’s biennial art competition, Expressions of Youth, will be accepted from January 27 to February 10. The show is open to artists ages 11 to 19. Contestants may submit two pieces of work in any media (watercolors, stoneware, textiles, photographic prints, etc.). Only original …

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Festival of Tree winners, new business hours announced

Idabel, OK (December 14, 2018)— On Friday, the Museum of the Red River revealed the winners of its annual Festival of Trees contest. The competition is a celebration of community involvement and Christmas spirit. Submissions were judged on their creativity, aesthetic qualities and how well they represented their organization. The winners of this year’s festival …

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Museum of the Red River seeks entries for annual Festival of Trees

A close up of a christmas tree

Idabel, OK (November 2, 2018)—The show is open to businesses, schools, and other local organizations. Entries will be accepted from November 20th to November 30th. Submissions will be judged on their creativity, aesthetic qualities and how well they represent their organization. Winners will receive the most important prize of all: bragging rights. All entries must …

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