The Disappearing Fogs Project

Community Performance Center

Entry Deadline: Mar. 30

249 E Main St
Rock Hill, SC 29730

The mission of the Disappearing Frogs Project is to create an interactive art installation that brings awareness to the decline/disappearance of frogs and other amphibians and inspires people to take personal action to protect our environment. The first multimedia frog project was assembled by artist Terry Thirion of Charlotte, NC in February 2014 at the Charlotte Art League.

In partnership with Thirion, the Arts Council of York County extends an Artists’ Call to Action:

Create your own interpretation of a frog on one or more surfaces of your choice (canvas, fabric, wood, paper) in one of the following sizes: 4” x 4”, 4” x 8”, 8” x 8”. Sign the artwork and write your name, address, telephone number and email address on the back.

Include an artist entry form with the artwork and submit by mail between February 9 – March 30, 2015 to:

Erica Welzenbach
Community Performance Center
249 East Main Street, Rock Hill, SC 29730

Hand-delivered artwork by appointment only:
[email protected] | (803) 328-2787

An artist entry form must accompany each entry and can be found at

All works submitted are considered to be for sale. All proceeds from this exhibition will benefit the Amphibian Survival Alliance. Unsold images must be picked-up on May 1, 2015.

The project will be on exhibit at the Community Performance Center during Rock Hill’s Come-See-Me Festival, April 16-25, 2015. Curated by Terry Thirion, this exhibition will include frog images submitted by artists and students, video and digital presentations on the plight of amphibians. Patrons will have a chance to create their own frog art, attend several lectures on frogs for both children and families, a frog puppet show, and a public reception. Specific information can be found at

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