Register today for the On Our Own Time Art Exhibit

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Register today for the On Our Own Time Art Exhibit

Employee Recognition Committee
November 22, 2021

Are you a photographer, painter or sculptor? Do you make quilts or love woodworking?  Does your child or spouse enjoy creating and sharing their art? All ages and levels of ability are welcome to participate!  The exhibit will be presended virtually this year. All artists must register online and email an image of their artwork entry via the online instructions. 

All University of Arizona employees, volunteers, retirees and their immediate family members are welcome to take part. It's free to participate; artists will receive certificates and are eligible for cash prizes. There will also be an optional opportunity to display your art in person too!

Registration Form

Registration Deadline:  Friday, January 21, 2022


  • Participants must be an employee, retiree, volunteer or an immediate family member of an employee, retiree or volunteer of the University of Arizona.
  • Only 2 entries per artist will be admitted.
  • All entries submitted must be the original work of the applicant completed within the last three years.
  • The National Arts Program and the University of Arizona reserve the right to disqualify entries they consider to be unacceptable or inappropriate for a public exhibit.

Your registration is not complete until you have clicked the 'submit registration' button, received an automated confirmation email and have submitted high resolution JPEG or PNG images of your artwork entries via email to (Your email must have "NAP Entry" in the subject line, and include your attached image, artist name, artist category, and artwork title.)

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