The Ballet Theatre of Annapolis is conducting a children's poster contest in conjunction with the April 13 and 14 performances of "Alice In Wonderland."
The winning entry will become the official poster for the production, and the artist will receive a prize.
Entries should be drawn on 10-by-15-inch paper, in any medium, and depict a scene from the story. The drawing must fill the entire page. Winners will be chosen from two age groups; preschool to 9 and 10 to 16 years of age.
Prizes will be awarded in both age groups, butonly one of the winning entries will be selected as the official "Alice In Wonderland" poster for 1991.
The submission deadline is Feb. 15. Entries should include name, age, address, phone number and school or dance school.
Send each entry in a flat envelope to Ballet Theatre of Annapolis Poster Contest, Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, 801 Chase Street, Annapolis 21401. All entries are non-returnable.
Children of BTA employees, Board members and BTA Friends are not eligible. The judges' decision will be final.
NEED PERFORMER? CHECK DIRECTORIES
The Anne Arundel County Commission on Culture and the Arts has two free directories available to help with the public's special entertainment needs.
The Music Index has over 90 bands and solo performers listed. The Index gives contact persons, phone numbers, and a brief description of the type of music.
The Entertainers Directory is a listing of specialty performers from belly dancers to food vendors.
WINTER EXHIBITION OPENS IN ANNAPOLIS
The Maryland Federation of Art's Gallery on The Circle, at 18 State Circle in Annapolis, has announced the opening of the annual Winter Juried Exhibition, starting Jan. 29 through Feb. 17. The exhibit is sponsored by the Second National Federal Savings Bank.
The juror for this exhibit will be Jim Paul Paulsen, professor of art and head of the MFA program at Towson State. He is best known for his large-scale, mixed-media sculpture.