National FSA Conference Art Display Info

20 07 2010

Call to Artists and Those who Love Art

We are looking for art to put on display during our annual Families Supporting Adoption Conference this July 30th and 31st. We all have been touched by the miracle of adoption and know how bitter and sweet that journey is. This is an opportunity to share a piece of your journey with others.

Here are some ideas to get your creative juices flowing:

  • All types and mediums of art and crafting
  • Photography
  • Sculpture
  • Poetry
  • Paintings
  • Quilts made for birth parents from adoptive couples or quilts from birth families to children and adoptive couples
  • Children’s depictions of adoption through drawings, painting, clay, etc.
  • Turn a photo into a coloring page and have children color or paint them (befunky offers this options as well as a bunch of other really cool options for photo editing.)


Deadline: July 30th


If you’re planning on displaying some art please email Rebecca with a photo of the art work, and a little about it so that we can best prepare for your piece. However, you won’t be turned away if you bring something the day of. Please remember that all art pieces must be appropriate for all audiences and are subject to refusal if inappropriate.
Children’s art and other submissions can be dropped off before the conference starts on Friday, July 30th at 9 a.m. at the Registration Desk. Please include the artist’s name and phone number on the back of the piece

Please email Rebecca at jrmstaley@filertel.com with any questions.
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