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stART Trek Art Exhibit Comes To Lower Bucks

Sci-Fi Themed art show inspired by ‘Show Some HeART’ Exhibit shows at Lower Bucks campus

Jacob Fisher, Centurion Staff

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“Giving It All You’ve Got:” Science-
Fiction Themed Art Gallery
at Bucks Begins April 17. (Note:
It’s a very “meh” reference to the
famous Star-Trek line “I’m giving
it all she’s got, Captain!”)
The Lower Bucks Campus is
hosting an open art gallery exhibition,”
stART Trek,” which will
focus on science fiction and the
universe starting April 17th.
After last month’s successful
7th annual” Show Some HeART”
exhibition, the Lower Bucks
Campus will begin their next gallery,
which focuses on science-fiction
and the universe.
“While art is
very subjective,
it’s hard finding
someone who
doesn’t get even
slightly interested
about space
or science-fiction.”
Something about the unknown,
or the limitless possibilities space
and sci-fi hold are also similar to
the endless possibilities that art
holds. With the ever growing popularity
of Star-Wars, Star Trek,
and other various sources of space
adventures, the interest in sci-fi
has never been higher.
And if you’d rather be shown
some real science, the gallery will
have just that. The focus is split
between sci-fi and the universe,
which would include stars, planets,
constellations, and any other
source material that’s real.
“stART Trek” begins April 17,
and is open to the public until
June 8. The opening reception
takes place April 21.
For those interested in submitting
their own original artwork,
the deadline is April 10, and
must be form submitted, which
includes a $10 entry fee and liability
waiver (forms can be found
with link provided below).
Eligible work includes anything
that “represents things related to
science fiction and/or the universe
(stars, planets, constellations,
outer space, elements etc.).”
All artwork is also required to
be original, framed or include a
base (if the artwork is 2D or 3D,
respectively).
All artwork is also being evaluated
for content and quality prior
to entry, so put as much effort as
you can.
For more information on
“stART Trek,” and other upcoming
gallery events, and the proper
forms to submit your artwork, you
can either check out the official
Lower Bucks Campus gallery
website or contact Support Administrative
Christine Tompkins
([email protected]).

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