Update: To protect everyone’s health, this event has been cancelled. We hope you look at the winning photos online, and vote for a Grand Prize winner. We hope this gorgeous photos provide a moment of nature in these uncertain times.
Come see the winning photos from the Fourth Annual Nature & Farm Photo Contest in person! Many of these events feature a “Social Hour” – a chance to see the photos, socialize with other nature-lovers, and learn more about Oak Heritage. Dates and other details are below. But first: What will you see at the exhibit?
Our judges narrowed the field from over 200 entries to the ~40 winning photos in our online exhibit. From these, they selected just 13 “Best of Show” photos. We’ve printed these 13 photos, and we’re taking them on the road. Stop by and see the photos in person!
Brought to you in partnership with George Rogers Clark Land Trust, with support from the Indiana Arts Commission and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Feb 4 – 13: 110 West Second Street, Seymour, IN
This exhibit is a partnership with Seymour Main Street. Note: You will not be able to go in to see the photos – they will be on display in a storefront in downtown Seymour.
Feb 14 – 28: Art on the Square Gallery, in Greensburg, IN.
*** Note: we’ll have an “Opening” on Feb 14, from 4-7pm, with wine and finger foods. Swing by to talk with other conservation lovers, learn more about Oak Heritage, and see the photos! The gallery is also open Wednesday through Saturday.
March 3 – 17: Perfect Day Cafe in North Vernon, IN.
Swing by for a cup of joe or a tasty lunch – and see the winning photos while you’re at it. The ladies in the cafe are big supporters of the exhibit!
March 19: Mad Paddle Brewery in Madison, IN.
*** Note: This is a one day, “Pop Up” exhibit with a Social hour! Stop in to spend time with other nature lovers. You can get to know Oak Heritage, celebrate the beauty of Indiana, and see the photos. We’ll bring the light snacks, and you can purchase a tasty local beer to sip on while you look at the winning photos! See you there, 5:30-8:30pm.