Collaborative sponsors virtual Easter Egg contest

Creations in the Arts and Culture Collaborative of th Mid-Ohio Valley’s virtual Egg Hunt MOV 2020 also can be three-dimensional as creativity is the order of the day. To enter, post a photo of the creation by 5 p.m. Monday on the collaborative’s Facebook page. (Photo Provided)

Staff Report

PARKERSBURG – Being stuck at home because of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic shouldn’t stifle creativity.

The Arts and Culture Collaborative of the Mid-Ohio Valley is accepting entries for Egg Hunt MOV 2020, a virtual Easter Egg design contest open to all children and adults in the Mid-Ohio Valley. Entries will be accepted until Monday, Lori Ullman, organizer, said.

The contest is sponsored by the Arts and Culture Collaborative with the Parkersburg Art Center, West Virginia University at Parkersburg and the Parkersburg Actors Guild.

The rules are:

∫ Eggs can be created from any medium found in the home, either two-dimensional or three-dimensional.

∫ After creating the eggs, take a picture of it and post the photo to the Arts and Culture Collaborative Easter Egg Hunt Event Page on Facebook. Note if the egg was created by a child or an adult.

∫ Place the egg in a window for others to see.

∫ Photos of eggs need to be posted by 5 p.m. Monday. The pictures can be posted on the Arts and Culture Collaborative of the Mid-Ohio Valley Facebook page.

Judging will take place on April 14. Winners will be announced on April 15.

Prizes will be awarded in two age categories, for children age 2-17 and adults 18 and older, Ullman said.


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