2016 Max Ehrmann Poetry Competition Announcement
Art Spaces in partnership with ISU Community School of the Arts is pleased to announce the theme of the 2016 Max Ehrmann Poetry Competion, You ar a Child of the Universe: Poems of Belonging and Not Belonging.
This year's theme is based on a line from Max Ehrmann's best known poem, Desiderata, "You are a child of the universe no less than the trees and the stars you have a right to be here".
Max held to a philosophy of inclusion, for people of any background, religious persuasion, or even personality. We ask that people submitting works to this year's competition consider ideas of belonging and /or not belonging.
No more than 2 poems per contestant will be accepted. Entries recieved or postmarked after February 19 will not be accepted.
Open to individuals of all ages living, working or attending school in Clay, Parke, Putnam, Sullivan, Vermillion, and Vigo Counties.
For further information and to download Entry Form click .
The competition will be judged by an Indiana poet. There will be prizes awarded to the elementary, middle school, high school and over 18 yrs of age winners.
"Urban Flowers" Sculpture Dedication
Check it out: Art Spaces is planting flowers on the downtown Arts Corridor that will bloom throughout the year.
Our newest public sculpture is located on 7th Street just south of Ohio Street. Artist C.J. Rench of Hood River, Oregon is the sculptor.
The dedication was held across the street in the Indiana Theater's rotunda with the ribbon cutting at the sculpture site.
Funding for this project has been made possible by the Wabash Valley Community Foundation, the City of Terre Haute, Duke Energy Foundation, Indiana State University and ST Construction.
For further information please call the at 812-235-2801 or Email email@example.com
"Solar Sycamore" Dedication
"Urban Flowers" by C.J. Rench, Art Spaces's Newest Public Sculpture on the Arts Corridor on 7th Street (image courtesy of Pat Martin)