Wednesday, March 16, 2016
If you're a natural science illustrator, here's an important reminder. Today is the deadline to enter your work in Focus on Nature, an exhibition of scientifically-based nature art hosted by the New York State Museum.
[Edit: Note: I received the following from the exhibition director, Patricia Kernan: "Because the FON XIV on-line form was not working today, the entry deadline will be extended until midnight on Thursday, March 17th. I’m told that the issues with the form will be resolved Thursday, but if anyone wishes to enter and has a problem with the form, please email me directly (Patricia.Kernan@nysed.gov) so that I can make sure your entry is recorded.
We appreciate your patience and apologize for the situation.
If you have already entered, you should have received an acknowledgement."
It's free to enter. Entries must be science-based. You're limited to two entries in any given category. Illustrators from around the world enter their work in all media.
The exhibit of accepted entries will be held in Jamestown, New York this year, at the Roger Tory Peterson Institute in December 3, 2016 - April 9, 2017.
Posted by James Gurney at Wednesday, March 16, 2016