ATTENTION ANIME-LOVING ARTISTS

The Brooks Museum of Art is hosting a contest for all anime-loving artists.  Winners will showcase their artwork in an exhibition called Animefest, on view at the Brooks May 11 through June 23, 2013. The committee is accepting original Anime artworks, based on your artistic interpretation of the following quote.
"Having a light side and a dark side is what makes life interesting."- Tyki Mikk of D. Gray-man
Are you drawn to the dark side or the light side?  Are you interested in the relationship between the two? Special consideration will be given to work that challenges the traditional anime method and materials, for example, sculpture, photography, lights or moving parts. Think outside the box!
Visit www.brooksmuseum.org/animefest to learn more and enter your work.

The submission deadline is March 30, 2013

Animefest is organized by the Brooks Teen Advisory Committee, a group of high school aged students from public, private, and home schools that meet once a month to test ideas and provide feedback that will shape the future of teen programming at the Brooks. The committee will work with Brooks curators to select artworks for the exhibition as well as an award for "Best in Show."  
HAVING A LIGHT SIDE AND A DARK SIDE IS WHAT MAKES ANIMEFEST

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