The Orchestra’s annual “Symphony of Color” Art Contest is presented with the cooperation of the Evansville Museum of Arts, History and Science and the the Koch Family Children’s Museum of Evansville (cMoe).
The concert enlists students in grades 1-5 to create two-dimensional art inspired by great works of music. The artwork of up to ten finalists from each school is submitted for judging.
Judges include EPO Music Director Alfred Savia; Emily Endress, Education Director from the Children’s Museum of Evansville; and Mary Bower, Interim Director of the Evansville Museum of Art, History and Science.
Contest winners receive cash prizes and Philharmonic concert tickets. Winning art entries are projected above the Victory Theatre stage during the “Helen M. McKinney Young People’s Concerts” March 13-15 and during “The Orient Express” classics concert on Saturday, March 16, joining expressions of visual art and music together.
In addition, all entries will be on exhbit the following dates and locations:
Now – March 11 at Koch Family Children’s Museum of Evansville
March 13-15 at the “Helen M. McKinney Young People’s Concerts”
at the Victory Theatre
Sat., March 16 at “The Orient Express” at the Victory Theatre
For more information, call the Philharmonic Education Department at (812) 425 – 5050, ext. 316.