Instagram contest kicks off Tennessee Craft Week

NASHVILLE, TN (TN Tribune) – Tennessee Craft announces a Tennessee Craft Week Instagram Photo Contest from August 1-31, 2022. This contest is open to all crafters in the state of Tennessee. Winning photos will credit the artist (and photographer, if applicable). Photos will be shared via Tennessee Craft’s social media platforms and printed to generate excitement and interest in the public for the 8th annual Tennessee Craft Week (TCW), taking place October 2-10, 2022.

Artists are invited to take a photo of their craft in a Tennessee-themed setting. This landscape should reflect


The winning photos will be announced to the public on Thursday, September 8. The grand prize winner will receive a $200 gift certificate from Blick Art Materials. First, second and third place winners will receive gift certificates from Blick Art Materials and Cheap Joe’s Art Stuff. All winning photographs and honorable mention photos will be used to promote Tennessee Craft Week 2022, which celebrates the fine arts. Prizes will be distributed on October 17.

Entry Rules:

  1. Artists should follow @TennesseeCraft, @BlickArtMaterials and @CheapJoesArtStuff on Instagram and include #TNCraftWeek with submitted photos.
  2. All entries with the correct hashtag and “followings”, posted between August 1 and August 31, 2022, will be eligible for the contest.
  3. Photographs should have clear focus, good colors and thoughtful composition in a 1:1 (square) ratio. Photos must be taken in high resolution for printing purposes.
  4. The focus of the photo should be the artwork, with a landscape in the background. Only original photographs are accepted.
  5. By entering the contest, artists/photographers agree to the use of their photos to promote Tennessee Craft Week.

the beauty and richness of our territory geographically and culturally

diverse condition while emphasizing craftsmanship made in Tennessee

Instagram contest details and rules will be posted online on the @TennesseeCraft Instagram and Facebook accounts, and on the TCW webpage:

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