The Three Sisters Regional Art Challenge
Virginia nonprofits are now accepting applications from artists ages 12 -120 who are creating artworks that explore the facets of <em “mso-bidi-font-style:=”” normal”=”” style=”color: #797979;”>Three Sisters. In Native American culture, the Three Sisters represent agricultural treasures of maize (corn), pole beans and winter squash (or gourds).
The Three Sisters Regional Art Challenge is a new program to support a temporary public fine-art project that engages communities, enhances creativity and enriches the vibrancy of Native American culture in the region. Successful entries will be exhibited in the gallery at Barns of Rose Hill Cultural Center in Berryville, Va. Tuesday, Oct. 27 – Saturday, Nov. 21, 2015.