Zion National Park - A Call For Artist Entries
July 14, 2007
Zion Natural History Association, in partnership with Zion National Park, the St. George Art Museum, and the St. George Area Convention and Visitors Bureau, announces the call for entries for the art competition and traveling exhibit, “Zion National Park: A Century of Sanctuary.” The competition was developed as a tribute for the park’s 100th anniversary in 2009. Submissions of the best art being produced today representing both the intimacies and the grandeur of
Peter Hassrick, distinguished American art scholar and founding Director Emeritus of the
Established in honor of the National Park Service’s commitment to preservation and protection of natural and cultural resources and providing visitor enjoyment in Zion National Park over the past 100 years; the juried exhibit will premiere at the St. George Art Museum alongside an exhibit of historic photographs and paintings covering the early years. Juried works will be featured in a traveling exhibition showcasing the inspiring landscape, flora, and fauna of
Did You Know?
When dedicated on July 4, 1930, the 1.1 mile Zion-Mt. Carmel Tunnel was the longest tunnel in the United States. More...