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2009 Awards Ceremony and Artwork Display Photographs

 

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Monroe Art League  

Monroe County, Michigan 

 

War of 1812 Bicentennial
Art Contest

This contest was sponsored by the Monroe County
War of 1812
Bicentennial Steering Committee, and

T
he Monroe Art League,
with special thanks to the
Monroe County Library System for hosting the show.

The goal of this contest is to develop new artwork
related to the
War of 1812 River Raisin Battlefield and
The War of 1812 Bicentennial.

By entering this competition, artists give the Bicentennial Steering Committee and/or
River Raisin National Battlefield Park permission
to use their artwork in any appropriate way including advertising, brochures, postcards, etc. 

Artist credit will be given whenever used.

 

 

The 2013 Art Show winners are being exhibited on a tour of selected branches of the Monroe County Library System.

After the tour ends the artwork will be on display at the Battlefield National Park Visitors Center.

The schedule for the artwork displays is below.
Information will be added as it is available.

Frenchtown Branch Library: Through August 25

Carleton Branch Library:  August 26 through Sept 8

Bedford Branch Library:  Sept 9 through Sept 25

Frenchtown Senior Citizens Center:
Sept 26 through Oct 9

After Oct 10 the artwork will be on display at
the Battlefield National Park Visitor Center

 

By clicking on the appropriate link in the top left box of this page,
you will be able to see the most recent winning artwork and
also artwork from previous years' contests.

Selected pieces will be purchased for the River Raisin National Battlefield Park
collection and will be on a rotating display at the visitor center.
 

 

 

 

   

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