The Antioch Historical Society with the Delta DooLittles presents the fourth (and final) World of Miniatures Exhibit at the Antioch Historical Society Museum.
You’re invited to show your miniatures in the World of Miniatures –Part IV Exhibit!
Download an application form. Completed forms, with pictures must be received by January 17, 2017. Intake will be on Sunday and Monday, January 29 and 30, 2017.
The Holidays are already here, but we hope that you’ll take a minute to remember the awe and joy that you brought to visitors at the 2014 exhibit. The Riverview Room was a palace of imagination, creativity and memories for young and old!
Now you’re invited to share your new treasures with us for the 2017 Exhibit. We know that you’ve been busy these past three years and we can’t wait to see your new creations! We encourage you to ask fellow miniaturists and/or club members to exhibit their pieces in February also.
This is a very special event for us as it will be our final exhibit and is in memory of a very special miniaturist – Nancy Thomas, our mentor, teacher and friend, who passed away in May of this year.
So, Happy Holidays and Merry Miniaturing! And don’t forget to mail your completed forms, with pictures, to be received by January 17, 2017! We look forward to seeing your creations in the World of Miniatures –Part IV Exhibit!
Download an application form. Completed forms, with pictures must be received by January 17, 2017. The form may be saved to your computer, filled out using Adobe Acrobat, and saved. Attach the form (along with a picture) in an e-mail to email@example.com, or mail the form to the address below.
Sunday and Monday, January 29 and 30, 2017.
Antioch Historical Society
1500 W. Fourth Street
Antioch, CA 94509
Open to the public, at no charge, February 1 – 18, 2017. We will be open on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 1 to 4 p.m.
For more info, contact
Carole Ann Davis, Delta DooLittles
2 thoughts on “Show your Miniatures at the 2017 Antioch Historical Society Exhibit”
My name is Robert Tereck. I have covered the gamut from a miniature elementary school class room of 5th graders and their teacher, a school play ground of elementary school children and two teachers. I have also done 4-H kids with their animals that I had planned to enter in a fair exhibit. I am currently doing a WWII Associated Garage/Gasoline station based on a similar garage in Livermore It is called Miller Bros. Associated/Flying A Service. I have done a lot of others, 3 under the Flying A brand name. They are hand made. Would these be appropriate for display, or any of my school subjects or farm subjects. How do I enter them?
Hi Robert. Your miniatures sound very interesting. You may wish to contact the organizer of the exhibit to find out more information. Here is their email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.