Submissions sought for ‘Fuzzy Friends’ exhibit

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MOSES LAKE — Submissions are now open for a new exhibit for youth photographers at the Moses Lake Museum & Art Center. The submission deadline for “Fuzzy Friends in Focus” is 4 p.m. Nov. 16.

The show will be on display from Nov. 22 through Jan. 3, in conjunction with an exhibit of wildlife photography by Ephrata artist Mark Peters.

Entry is free. The show is open to youths 18 years of age and younger. All photographs must be submitted digitally and must be taken by the entrant. Photos should be the highest resolution possible.

Photographers can submit up to three entries. All pictures will be printed by museum staff on 8x10-inch paper; after the show photographers can keep the prints. Artists will be able to pick up the prints the week of Jan. 3. Any prints not claimed will be thrown away.

Categories include “domestic critters,” like household pets and farm animals, “Washington wildlife,” and “exotic critters,” any animals that are not native to Washington and non-domestic. Winning photographers in each category will receive a $10 gift card.

Age group are 8 years of age and younger, 9 through 11 years of age, 12 to 14 years of age and 15 to 18 years of age. Entries should include the child’s name and age, photo title, parent’s name and phone number.

Entries can be emailed to Jenni Shelton, jshelton@cityofml.com.

“Furry Friends” will be shown with “Mark Peters: A Few Favorites.” Peters, an engineer in his day job, is a photographer on the side.

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