Visions of Idaho
a community art show
literary | visual
Salmon Public Library
January 23-28, 2023
Take a walk through Salmon. Wander the edge of the river, study the backdrop of the Beaverheads, observe the nature of life in Salmon. Using poetry, prose, or visual art, share your vision of life in Idaho.
Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
This program made possible by the generous support of:
Mountain West Real Estate
Odd Fellows Bakery
Mike England Construction
Carina Kooiman Studio
Jack and Lisa Whitman
When: Drop your artwork at the Salmon Public Library on Saturday January 21st*, between 10am-2pm.
What: Any Salmon area resident of any age can submit one piece inspired by the prompt. Work can be literary or visual, but must not be greater than 2ft in any dimension.
The details: At drop off, artists will fill out a form with name, age category, title, and contact info, and sign a waiver.
*Please reach out if the submission date creates a conflict--we will accept early submissions on an as-needed basis.
Artwork will be displayed on tables and open to the public January 23-27 during the library's open hours. Public can also view the show Jan 28 as artists pick up their work. Guest judges will award honors in each age category (12 & under, 13-18, and adult).
Your artwork will be handled with care, but you submit art at your own risk. Salmon Arts Council and Salmon Public Library are not liable for the safety of your work.
All art must be picked up from the Library on January 28 between 10am-2pm.