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December 7, 2012

Chickasaw Nation accepting 'Butterfly' art entries

Ada —  

The Chickasaw Nation Division of Arts and Humanities is accepting entries for a butterfly logo. Entries will be accepted through Jan. 25, 2013.

Chickasaw female artists, ages 14 through 18, are encouraged to submit one piece of artwork. The art may be in a medium of the artist’s choice. Entries should be between 10 inches and 20 inches in size and may be submitted on art paper, canvas or art board.

The winning logo will be used in all artwork and promotional materials for the 2013 Dynamic Women of the Chickasaw Nation Conference and Forum. Hosted in partnership with East Central University, the conference and forum recognize the strength and leadership of Chickasaw women from all walks of life.

The winner of the Butterfly logo contest will also receive a $200 cash award. 

Entries can be delivered to the Arts and Humanities office at 201 N. Broadway in Ada or mailed to Chickasaw Nation Division of Arts and Humanities, P.O. Box 1548, Ada, Okla. 74821. The entries can also be emailed to

Artists must be able to provide proof of Chickasaw citizenship.

For more information, please contact Laura Clark of Jennifer Watson at (580) 272-5520 or email

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