The 2020 In. Art Show & Competition Opening Ceremonies
And Interviews with the winning artists!
This interview was created thanks to the videography of Jack Doepke
a juried and judged art competition
sponsored by the Hoppe Homes Team and High Pointe Realty
The In. Art Show & Competition will award $3,800 in this 5th annual uncatagorized art vs art competition. Presented by the Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community, the opening ceremony and award announcements were held at the Hallberg Center for the Arts, in Wyoming, MN on August 20,2020.
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the opening ceremonies were not open to the public, but will streamed live on Facebook. The Hallberg Center for the Arts is open with a limit of 15 visitors in the gallery at any given time. Face masks are required for entry into the art center.
Here are the winners...
Artistic Merit ($100)
- Cindy Fuerstenberg - White Pine
- Richard Mittelstadt - Mysterious
- Dennis Jenereaux - Carwash #11
- Dennis Zerwas Jr - Out There
Artistic Excellence ($300)
- Anne Legeros - Leave In Formation
- Emily Gray Koehler - Synchronicity
- Betsy Alwin - Lightness of Being
- Terri Huro - Iris Study
Judge's Choice ($500)
Director's Choice ($500)
- Tomas Alvarez - Perseverance
On August 20, prior to the show opening, our judges walked through the exhibit, critiquing and collaborating, then deciding which of these beautiful pieces of artwork will win.
Visitors throughout the exhibit duration will have the opportunity to vote for their favorite pieces as well, both live and on the In. Art Show app at https://inartshow.wyomingcreativearts.org, with People's Choice awards being announced on the final day of the exhibit.
The Underground Gallery of the art center will feature artwork by the judges and Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community directors to give people some perspective into the minds of the judges and directors . Paul and Lucy Hoppe will have a table with information on their real estate team, so check out our generous sponsors. Stop by the art center and see one of the most powerful art exhibits ever displayed in the region.