Minnesota Taxidermy Guild

2014 MN Taxidermy Convention and Competition

Dates
April 3, 2014 - April 6, 2014
Description
507-289-8866 mention MTG and call early as hotel will fill up

Hotel & Banquet Information

Location
Ramada Inn
1517 16th St SW
Rochester, MN 55902

Event Schedule (Thursday, April 3 - Sunday, April 6)

Thursday, April 3

12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Backboard set-up
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Board Members Meeting
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Early Registration and Mount Photos
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Seminar #1 - Whitetail Basics

Friday, April 4

8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
***COMPETITION PIECES ACCEPTED UNTIL NOON ONLY***
8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Seminar #2 - Competition Techniques
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Mount registration and photos.

All mounts will have a photo taken without the taxidermists prior to being placed in the competition area. All mounts must be registered by NOON! If there are any problems meeting this deadline, please contact MTG President Shawn Bakken at 507-273-9760.

10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Seminar #3 - Bird Habitat
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Supply Area Open
11:30 AM - 12:00 PM
New Members Meeting
1:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Seminar #4 - Walleye Painting
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Supply Area Open

BUY NOW, and you will be entered into a drawing for CASH and PRIZES

5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Dinner Break for Judges and Suppliers

Supply area closed, competition area open. TAXIDERMIST CHOICE VOTING WILL BE DONE AT THIS TIME ONLY!!!

5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Ladies social hour - WINE tasting & more
6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Supply Area Open

Happy hour begins, FREE BEER until its gone, compliments of the MTG. Cash bar also available.

7:30 PM - 11:00 PM
Ice Breaker Party & Live Aution in the Supply Area

Saturday, April 5

9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Supply Area Open
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Seminar #5 - Turn your 2nd place into a 1st
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Supply Area Closed- Lunch Break
12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Mount Critiques! Competition Area open to the public. Charge is $3/person
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Seminar #6 - Turkeys!!!
12:30 PM - 3:00 PM
SUPPLY AREA OPEN for FINAL PURCHASES
2:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Seminar #7 - Business
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Supply area closes, backboard tear-down. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!!!
4:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Competition area closes
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
HAPPY HOUR- Cash bar available
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Banquet Buffet Dinner
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Awards Presentation

COMPETITION AREA OPEN FOR RIBBON VIEWING IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING AWARDS PRESENTATION

Sunday, April 6

9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Seminar #8 - Bear Shoulder Mount
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Mount Critiques! Competition Area open to the public.
11:15 AM - 1:00 PM
General Membership Meeting and Elections

New President and VP to be elected! All are encouraged to attend.

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Mounts are released

Seminars

#1 - Whitetail Basics

This seminar will be geared more towards the starting taxidermists. Garrett Sunram has been competing with whitetails for years and will cover some of the basics to get a quality customer mount. He will show the form prep, antler setting, the eye and ear setting, along with Q & A.

#2 - Competition Techniques

Our Whitetail judge, Pete LaJoie, will be talking about some of his different competition techniques. This seminar will focus on some of the finer details and tips for the competitor looking to gain that extra edge.

#3 - Bird Habitat

Garry Senk, our bird judge, is a very talented all around taxidermists. He will be showing us his tips and tricks for producing a realistic habitat that will help us all customize our mounts and stand out a little more to our customers.

#4 - Walleye Painting

Anyone who attended Rick Krane's seminar at last years competition left with a few new tricks and a wealth of knowledge. This year he will be showing us his steps during the painting of a walleye replica.

#5 - Turn your 2nd place into a 1st

Shawn Dawson will be taking two similar entries from the showroom that score a 1st place and a 2nd place. He will go over both mounts pointing out the differences and what the 2nd place entry needs to get to the next step. By going over and showing both entries side by side, this seminar makes it easy to see what we're always told to change during the critiques.

#6 - Turkeys!!!

Dana Shultz won the 2013 IA Best of Show with an awesome pair of turkeys. He will show us how he does the wiring of the wings and feet along with the general mounting of a turkey. This should be very informative for a bird that a lot of us seem to struggle with and any questions are welcome.

#7 - Business

Mark Marlette, owner of H & H Tannery, has been running a very successful business for many years. He is going to share some of his practices for having a profitable and efficient business. The more ideas and understanding we have on how to help run our shops besides turning out quality work, the more it can only help us in the future.

#8 - Bear Shoulder Mount

David Schmit will be showing us his mounting process and techniques to get that right "bear look" that can be hard to achieve. He comes from WI and has lots of knowledge and experience with all types of bear taxidermy.


Judges

Shawn Dawson

Mammals and Gameheads Shawn Dawson is from Great Falls, Montana where he owns and operates Timberland Taxidermy. He practiced taxidermy for many years on a part-time basis, eventually going full-time in 1998. He attended Matuska’s Northwest Iowa School of Taxidermy, and also studied under Joe Meder and Tom Weickum. He competed for many years in the game head and lifesize categories winning numerous ribbons and awards. He earned his Award of Excellence in 2005 and began judging shortly after that. In addition to his commercial taxidermy business, he also teaches one-on-one taxidermy, specializing in game heads and lifesize.

Rick Krane

Fish judge Rick owns and operates Anglers Artistry in New Hampshire. He is well known for his fish painting system. He teaches numerous students each year in the art of fish taxidermy. He also writes a regular column for Taxidermy Today magazine. Rick is very active as a judge and seminarian at may state and national show. Please check out his website www.anglersartistry.com to see his work or to check out his numerous instructional videos and workshops.

Pete LaJoie

Pete is judging WHITETAILS. Since 1987 I have operated Gameheads Limited, in Vermont. I began competing in 1993. I competed until 2010, when I decided to retire from competition. I have won many state, national, and world titles. I continue to be active in the taxidermy community. You can often find us hosting instructional seminars for taxidermists of all levels. I work closely with the Vermont Big Game Trophy Club and I am on the advisory staff for McKenzie Taxidermy Supply. Please check out my website www.petelajoietaxidermist.com to learn more about me and see some of my work.

Garry Senk

Birds Garry has been a self taught professional taxidermist for more than 38 years. He has collected specimens and references from all of North America as well as South America and Africa. Since l983 Garry has judged and given seminars at many taxidermy competitions in over 26 different states as well as regional, national and world competitions. He won Best of Show at the last two competitions he entered, one with a pair of capercaille grouse from Finland and the last with a trio of white faced whistling ducks that he collected in Zimbabwe. Garry won “Best in World Largemouth Bass” at the first World Taxidermy Championships.


Suppliers

Bluff Country Woodworks http://www.bluffcountrywoodworks.com/ Fountain City, WI 608-687-9543
H & H Tannery http://www.furdressing.com Reed City, MI 231-832-7002
Jerry's Skull Cleaning www.wholesaleskullcleaning.com Kaukauna, WI 920-687-1597
Lake Country Replicas http://www.lakecountryreplicas.com New London, MN 320-276-8836
Matuska Taxidermy Supply Company http://matuskataxidermy.com/ Milford, IA 800-488-3256
McKenzie Taxidermy Supply http://www.mckenziesp.com Salisbury, NC 800-279-7985
Midwest Fur Dressing http://www.midwestfur.com/ Rice, MN 320-393-7000
NorthernPinesRugging http://www.northernpineswholesalerugs.com/ Howard City, MI 231-937-4696
Research Mannikins www.rmi-online.com Ava, IL 618-426-3456
Trophy Time Taxidermy http://trophytimetaxidermy.com/ Pequot Lakes, MN 218-568-4856
Van Dykes Taxidermy Supply http://www.vandykestaxidermy.com/ Woonsocket, SD 800-279-7985
Walnut Creek Hardwoods http://www.walnutcreekhardwood.com South Beloit, IL 800-945-9663
Wildlife Gallery Tannery http://www.thewildlifegallery.com Mt Pleasant, MI 989-772-4100

Competition Information

Categories & Divisions

MastersProfessionalNoviceJr NoviceCommercialOpen
Arts, Crafts and Antler reproduction
Fish Reproduction
Lg Mammal Gameheads
Lg Mammals
Lg Waterfowl
One Sided Fish
Pedistal Fish
Reproductions: Fish and Misc
Reptile
Sm Mammal Gamehead
Sm Mammals
Sm Waterfowl
Upland Birds
Whitetail Deer Head

Division Definitions

*Anyone who has won two Professional Best of Categories MUST move to the Masters division in that category.

Masters For the Advanced taxidermist. Highest level of excellence expected. This category is for the taxidermist who wishes to compete at the most technically correct, artistically oriented and creative level. A very technical critique will be given.
Professional For the Professional, commercial taxidermist. Mounts entered in this division should be technically correct, mechanically sound and exhibit the craftsmanship of a professional taxidermist. A very detailed critique will be given.
Novice For the beginning taxidermist. Entries in this division should be for those starting out or for someone venturing into a new category. The emphasis will be on learning and improvement. A very basic critique will be given.
Jr Novice For the beginning taxidermist (same as Novice) except this division is for 17 and under. A very BASIC critique will be given.
Commercial This division will generally be your "customer" mounts. Entries will be judged from 10ft and no touching or flashlights can be used from the Judge. A score and a few comments will be given on score sheet, no critiques will be given in this category. There is a $5.00 entry fee for this Division that you need to add to your Registration.
Open The category for the open division is the Collective Artist. The Open division is a combination of Jr. Novice, Novice, Professional, and Masters. Due to lack of participation this division will be judged according to what is entered.

Competition Rules

  1. All participants of the competition and seminar attendees must be MTG members.
  2. All entries must be completed by competitor unassisted.
  3. No freeze-dried entries (exceptions: turkey heads, antlers in velvet).
  4. Ribbons will be awarded as follows: 1st Place: 90-100 2nd Place: 80-89 3rd Place: 70-79
  5. Any mount entered cannot have been in previous MTG competitions.
  6. All necessary permits must accompany protected species.
  7. Distasteful entries will not be allowed. Competition committee’s decision will be final.
  8. Mounts must be completed at time of entry. This means completely dry.
  9. All glass cases must be removed prior to judging.
  10. The young of a species will not be judged as a mature adult but by size. Coyote or smaller will be small mammal. Larger than coyote will be large mammal. If there is a question on size it will be at the MTG board member’s discretion.
  11. One-sided fish entries must be finished on both sides of head and tail juncture.
  12. Reference material may be submitted with any entry to substantiate pose, color, etc.
  13. Taxidermists 18 years of age or older may not be included in a family membership.
  14. Only Judges, Competition Committee, and designated personnel will be allowed in competition area during judging.
  15. If you have a piece with more than one specimen and would like to have all of the specimens judged, you must pay an entry fee for each specimen.
  16. Extra points may be awarded for half life-size mounts.
  17. An entry must receive a 90 or higher in order to win a Best of Category or State Champion.
  18. Judges Choice Best of Show will be chosen from Masters State Champion category winners.
  19. The judge’s decision on each entry is final. Any concerns regarding judging should be brought to the attention of the Competition Committee. Discourteous behavior towards judges or committee members will not be tolerated. Anyone breaking this rule will not be allowed to participate in next year’s competition.
  20. Taxidermist’s Choice award will be given to entry with the most votes from all attending registered taxidermists.
  21. Best All Around Taxidermist entries must be entered in the Masters Division. You must enter one mount in each of the following categories: Mammal, Whitetail Deer, Bird, and Fish. If more than 4 pieces are entered in the competition, you must designate which four mounts will be entered in this category prior to the start of the competition. You must have the highest combined score to win. If less than two people are competing for this award, a combined score of 350 or higher is required to win.
  22. All mounts are entered at owner’s risk. Every precaution will be made to secure the entries. The MTG will not assume responsibility for loss due to damage, theft, fire, and/or natural causes.
  23. There will be no early release of mounts. Special permission will be granted by Competition Committee in emergency situations.
  24. Anyone found in violation of these rules will be subject to loss of any and all awards.
  25. There will be no refund of registration, entry fees, or memberships.
  26. Collective Artist Division: This is an open division where two or more members can work on the same or multiple entries. Each specimen on the piece will receive a score. This is its own category and entries are not eligible for Best of Show or any other awards (with the exception of: Taxidermist Choice, People’s Choice, Mayor’s Choice or Celebrity’s Choice.) The judge’s decision will be final.
  27. Reference material (i.e. pictures or molds) must accompany mount for reproduction category if the competitor reproduced the entry themselves. For judges review only.
  28. Competitors Award: Taxidermist must compete with 4 pieces from any category, in any combination (ex: 3 fish & 1 deer or 2 mammals & 2 birds, and so on). If more than 4 pieces entered in the competition, competitor must designate which 4 entries will be qualifying for this award prior to start of competition. You must have the highest combined score to win. If less than two people are competing for this award, a combined score of 350 or higher is required to win.

Competition Awards


Best of Category Ribbons

The Best of Category Ribbons are three-colored ribbons. The yellow represents third place and the red represents second place. The blue in the middle represents our highest achievement of a first place. The Novice Best of Category is a 14" ribbon. The Professional Best of Category is 16" and the Masters/State Champion is an 18" ribbon


Best Jr. Novice

A ribbon presented to the piece the judges feel is the best in the Jr. Novice division.

Best Novice

A ribbon presented to the piece the judges feel is the best in the Novice division. This entry must score a 90 or higher to qualify.

Best Professional Large Mammal

A ribbon presented to the highest scoring large mammal in the professional division. This category is for life size larger than coyotes. This entry must score a 90 or higher to qualify. The winner of this will be eligible for Best Professional Entry.

Best Professional Large Waterfowl

A ribbon presented to the highest scoring large waterfowl (mallard and larger) in the professional division. This entry must score a 90 or higher to qualify. The winner of this will be eligible for Best Professional Entry.

Best Professional Lg Game Head

A ribbon presented to the highest scoring shoulder mount, pedestal or one half life-size Large game head in the professional division. This category is for all game heads larger than coyotes and excludes whitetail. This entry must score a 90 or higher to qualify. The winner of this will be eligible for Best Professional Best of Entry.

Best Professional One-Sided Fish

A ribbon presented to the highest scoring one-sided skin mount fish in the professional division. This entry must score a 90 or higher to qualify. The winner of this will be eligible for Best Professional Entry.

Best Professional Pedestal Fish

A ribbon presented to the highest scoring pedestal mount fish in the professional division. The entry can be a skin mount or a reproduction(original cast or purchased). This entry must score a 90 or higher to qualify. The winner of this will be eligible for Best Professional Entry.

Best Professional Small Mammal

A ribbon presented to the highest scoring small mammal in the professional division. This entry must score a 90 or higher to qualify. The winner of this will be eligible for Best Professional Entry.

Best Professional Upland Game

A ribbon presented to the highest scoring upland game bird in the professional division. Bird This entry must score a 90 or higher to qualify. The winner of this will be eligible for Best Professional Entry.

Best Professional Whitetail

A ribbon presented to the highest scoring shoulder mount, pedestal or one half life-size whitetail deer. A ribbon presented to the in the professional division. This entry must score a 90 or higher to qualify. The winner of this will be eligible for Best Professional Entry.

Best Reproduction Fish

A ribbon is presented to the highest scoring reproduction fish purchased or original cast and paint. This entry must score a 90 or higher to qualify.

Best Reptile

A ribbon presented to the highest scoring reptile. This is an open division (no novice, professional, master). This entry must score a 90 or higher to qualify.

State Champion Large Mammal

A Plaque presented to the highest scoring large mammal in the masters division. This entry must score a 90 or higher to qualify. The winner of this will be eligible for Judge's Choice Best of Show.

State Champion Large Waterfowl

A Plaque presented to the highest scoring large waterfowl (mallard and larger) in the masters division. This entry must score a 90 or higher to qualify. The winner of this will be eligible for Judge's Choice Best of Show.

State Champion Lg Game Head

A Plaque presented to the highest scoring shoulder mount, pedestal or one half life-size Large game head in the masters division. This category excludes whitetail. This entry must score a 90 or higher to qualify. The winner of this will be eligible for Judge's Choice Best of Show.

State Champion Pedestal Fish

A Plaque presented to the highest scoring pedestal fish in the masters division.This entry can be either a skin mount or an original cast by the competitor. This entry must score a 90 or higher to qualify. The winner of this will be eligible for Judge's Choice Best of Show.

State Champion Small Mammal

A Plaque presented to the highest scoring small mammal in the masters division. This entry must score a 90 or higher to qualify. The winner of this will be eligible for Judge's Choice Best of Show.

State Champion Upland Game Bird

A Plaque presented to the highest scoring upland game bird in the masters division. This Upland Game Bird entry must score a 90 or higher to qualify. The winner of this will be eligible for Judge's Choice Best of Show.


Specialty Ribbons


Arts & Crafts

A ribbon presented to the entry with the most taxidermists votes. Opt-in during registration

Best Collective Artist

This category will have a single first, second and third place ribbon. The pieces in this category will be judged as in the masters division. Opt-in during registration

Best Habitat & Diorama

A green/white ribbon presented to the entry the judges feel is the best habitat and diorama.

Best Out of State Entry

A black/orange ribbon presented to the highest scoring out of state piece. No Minnesota taxidermists are eligible for this ribbon. Opt-in during registration

Celebrity’s Choice

An orange/white ribbon presented to the entry that is picked out by a local celebrity. Any entry is eligible.

People's Choice

A maroon/ white ribbon presented to the entry with the most public votes. Any entry is eligible.


Specialty Plaques

These specialty plaques are fully donated by the company listed.


Best Gamehead

A plaque presented to the entry with the most taxidermist votes. Any gamehead entry is eligible.

Best Mount on a Walnut Creek Panel

These plaques are donated by Walnut Creek Hardwoods Panel. These plaques are awarded Walnut Creek Panel to the highest scoring entries in each division mounted on a Walnut Creek panel. Opt-in during registration

Best Professional Entry

This trophy is selected by all of the judges from the Professional Best of Category winners.

Bluffcountry Wood-Work's Choice Award

This year BluffCountry Woodworks will be giving out an award for their favorite mount on their product. If you are interested in using any of their products please visit www.bluffcountrywoodworks.com. Opt-in during registration

Judge's Choice Best of Show

This prestigious award, along with a 6 month subscription to Breakthrough donated by Breakthrough Magazine. The Judge's Choice Best of Show will be selected by all judges, by mutual agreement, from all the State Champion category winners from the competition.

Mayor's Choice

This plaque is presented to the piece the Mayor of the host city feels is best. Any entry is eligible.

McKenzie Distinguished Service Award

Donated by McKenzie Taxidermy Supply, also is awarded $100 gift certificate to McKenzie. This prestigious award is given in recognition of outstanding contributions towards professionalism, education, and the advancement in the art of taxidermy.

Polytranspar Award

Donated by WASCO, this plaque is presented to the highest scoring fish (skin mount or reproduction/replica) in the competition painted with Polytranspar paints. Although painting can be achieved with powders and scale-tipping waxes, the usage needs to be at least 80% or more using Polytranspar paints. Opt-in during registration

Starfish Award

Donated by Starfish Reproductions, this plaque is presented to the reproduction/replica fish the judge feels is the best in the competition. This entry does not have to be on a Starfish brand reproduction/replica.

Terry Apel Bear Award

Named after an MTG member who passed away in 2003, Terry was well known for his love of bears. This award is dedicated to him and in recognition of outstanding achievement in bear taxidermy. Any species of bear may qualify for this award. This entry must score a 90 or higher to qualify and is chosen between the highest scoring bear in professional and masters division, at the mammal judge’s discretion.

Woodie Award

Donated by Taxidermy Today Magazine. This award is presented in honor of excellence in taxidermy portraying nature's beauty.


Cash Prizes


MN CHALLENGE

  1. Everyone is welcome to compete
  2. All entries will receive a critique from the appropriate judge BUT no score will be assigned.
  3. Entrants may not enter their mount or any other mount of the same category into the regular competition. Example: If competitor enters a deer head into the MN Challenge he/she may not enter a deer head into the regular competition, BUT could enter a fish, bird, or game head/life size into the regular competition.
  4. Entry fee will be 75.00 and will have to be pre-registered by the pre-registration deadline.
  5. A minimum of 4 competitors will need to be entered. If only 3 or less competitors are entered entrants will receive notification via phone call prior to the show that the MN Challenge has been cancelled for that year.
  6. All entries will be pool judged meaning deer, birds, fish, game head/life size will all compete against each other.
  7. It will be a judges choice
    • First Place receives $1000.00 cash
    • Second Place receives $150.00 cash
    • Third Place receives $75.00 cash
    Top 3 will also receive ribbons. In order to be considered for a top three placing your mount must score a 90 or above as determined by the individual judge of the particular category.
Opt-in during registration

Research Award

A $200 & $100 gift certificate donated by Research Manikins presented to the entry the judges feel is the best in the Novice & Jr. Novice division.


"Best Of" Plaques


Artisan Award

Voted on by the competitors. Any piece in the show is eligible and the entry with the most votes wins. This award is donated by the United Taxidermists Association (UTA) an educational based organization.

Best All Around Taxidermist

A trophy presented to the taxidermist with the highest score (or above 350) who has entered 4 pieces, one in each category of bird, fish, whitetail and mammal. Opt-in during registration

Best Cold Water Fish

Selected by the fish judge from the 2 Best of Category winners (professional & masters) in the Pedestal Fish category.

Best Game Head

Selected by the mammal judge from the 2 Best of Category winners (professional & masters) in the Game Head category.

Best Large Mammal

Selected by the mammal judge from the 2 Best of Category winners (professional & masters) in the Large Mammal category.

Best Large Waterfowl

Selected by the bird judge from the 2 Best of Category winners (professional & masters) in the Waterfowl category.

Best Small Mammal

Selected by the mammal judge from the 2 Best of Category winners (professional & masters) in the Small Mammal category.

Best Small Waterfowl

Selected by the bird judge from the 2 Best of Category winners (professional & masters) in the Waterfowl category.

Best Upland Game Bird

Selected by the bird judge from the 2 Best of Category winners (professional & masters) in the Upland Bird category.

Best Warm Water Fish

Selected by the fish judge from the 2 Best of Category winners (professional & masters) in the Pedestal Fish category.

Best Whitetail Deer

Selected by the whitetail judge from the 2 Best of Category winners (professional & masters) in the Whitetail Deer category.

Competitors Award (Masters & Professional)

A trophy presented to the taxidermist with the highest combined score of 4 entries from any category. (ex: 2 fish & 2 birds or 3 whitetails & 1 mammal). These trophies are sponsored by Matuska Taxidermy Supply Company. Opt-in during registration

McKenzie'S Taxidermist Choice Award: Whitetail

Donated by McKenzie Taxidermy Supply. Trophies are presented to the taxidermists with the most votes in the following categories: whitetail

Most Original & Creative

This trophy is donated by Van Dykes Supply. Chosen by a Van Dyke’s representative, if present at show. Otherwise, it will be chosen by the combined judges.

WASCO Award

The WASCO Most Artistic Entry Award is presented to the most artistic piece in the competition. The winner is chosen collectively by all of the judges from all entries in the competition. The winner of this coveted award will receive a polished acrylic award. In order to allow the most taxidermists to compete for this award, a winning state entry shall not be allowed to win a second WASCO Award at another state competition. However, a winning state entry will be eligible to win a second WASCO Award at a regional or national competition


Registration Information

All pre-registation & entries must be postmarked by March 28, 2014 and must include full payment

*** NO EXCEPTIONS ***

Pre-Registration Timeframe

February 15, 2014 - March 28, 2014


Fees

Pre-Registration At Show
Membership
Yearly Membership (If not already a member) $40 / competitor $40 / competitor
Convention
Convention Registration $40 / competitor (Online)

or

$50 / competitor (Mail-In)
$70 / competitor
Divisions
Masters (Regular) $10 / entry $20 / entry
Professional (Regular) $10 / entry $20 / entry
Novice (Regular) $10 / entry $20 / entry
Jr Novice (Regular) $10 / entry $20 / entry
Commercial (Specialty) $10 / entry $20 / entry
Open (Specialty) $10 / entry $20 / entry
Awards
Collective Artist Entry $10 / entry $20 / entry
Banquet
Awards Banquet Ticket - Adult $30 / adult n/a
Awards Banquet Ticket - Children (4-12) $15 / child n/a

No banquet tickets available at the door - they must be pre-registered for. Children under 4 eat free.



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