Larger than Life Art Opportunity for Visual Artists
NCLAC has partnered with Driggers Outdoor to present an opportunity for NCLAC Member Artists. NCLAC is seeking art submissions to be displayed on a Driggers Outdoor billboard for 6 months.
One winning art submission will be chosen for display for a 6-month period of time. Submission dimensions must be 30 ft wide by 10 ft high (a 3:1 ratio.) Submissions will not be accepted if they are not submitted in the correct format.
Send entries digitally to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the subject line Billboard Contest. Winner will be chosen by a panel of judges. Each artist may submit 1-3 entries.
DEADLINE for this Billboard Call is November 19.
NCLAC extends a very special thank you for Rodney Driggers’ generous donation of this billboard space.
If someone is not a NCLAC member but wishes to apply for the Billboard Contest, becoming a member is easy.
Spring/Summer 2018 Billboard Art Contest Winner
NCLAC is pleased to announce the winner of our spring/summer 2018 Driggers Outdoor Billboard Art Contest. Designer Jake Dugard’s submission was selected as the winning entry. An image of his “Ruston, LA” design will be on display for six months on a frontage road billboard near Temple Baptist Church.
Dugard is Adjunct Professor of Graphic Design at Louisiana Tech University’s School of Design. His work peppers the north Louisiana landscape, having worked with clients such as Jennings Apiaries, Railway Coffee, and Utility Brewing, as well as personal work such as his “Good Day” stickers and “Happy Shiny” buttons.
Learn more about Dugard at jakedugard.com
NCLAC congratulates Jake on his winning submission, and says thank you to Driggers Outdoor for its generous support of the arts. The artwork will be installed on a billboard that is located on Interstate 20.
Sense of Place Traveling Exhibition
The Photographs exhibited in this display are the top twelve images from the 2016 exhibition “A Sense of Place: Contemporary Images of Lincoln Parish.” Each Photo received a Juror’s Purchase Award. The Photographs are now the property of the North Central Louisiana Arts Council (NCLAC) and are displayed in different venues throughout the region.
The exhibit may be viewed during regular business hours.
The images from this exhibition have been reproduced and made into sets of postcards titled, “Postcards From the Parish.” Postcards may be purchased at the Ruston-Lincoln Parish Convention and Visitor’s Bureau or at the Dixie Center for the Arts. Cost of the postcards are $22 and all proceeds from the sale of the postcards benefit NCLAC.
Learn more about this exhibition by visiting the website.