Opening today! Celebrate LLCC talent at the “On My Own Time” exhibit

On My Own TimeAll are invited to view LLCC’s “On My Own Time” exhibit, which opens today! The exhibit runs today, Tuesday, Oct. 12, through Thursday, Oct. 28. The exhibit is located at the main level of Sangamon Hall in the display niche in the hallway across from the library entrance. The exhibit features 13 pieces of artwork from LLCC faculty and staff.

Don’t forget to vote for the LLCC’s People’s Choice Award! The artist of the favorite piece at LLCC will receive a $100 Visa gift card courtesy of the Philip and Mary Kathryn Trutter Museum.

ARTS Springfield Area Arts Council

OMOT is a program of the Springfield Area Arts Council offering individuals the opportunity to display original art created outside the office.

Today is the “On My Own Time” entry forms/fees deadline

On My Own Time
Today is the deadline to submit your entry forms and fees to participate in LLCC’s On My Own Time (OMOT) exhibit. Please submit forms and fees to one of the LLCC coordinators (Misty or Lindee).

Access entry and identification forms, categories and rules.

Mixed media art with torn paperLLCC’s in-house exhibit will be featured on the LLCC-Springfield campus Oct. 12-28. The artist of the favorite piece at LLCC will win the LLCC People’s Choice Award and receive a $100 Visa gift card courtesy of the Philip and Mary Kathryn Trutter Museum.

Thanks for your participation!

Misty Hagstrom, 217-786-2466misty.hagstrom@llcc.edu
Lindee Hall, 217-786-2409lindee.hall@llcc.edu

ARTS Springfield Area Arts Council

Tomorrow is the “On My Own Time” entry forms/fees deadline

On My Own Time
Faculty and staff interested in participating in LLCC’s “On My Own Time” (OMOT) exhibit are gently reminded that tomorrow, Thursday, Sept. 30, is the deadline to submit your entry forms and fees to one of the LLCC coordinators (Misty or Lindee). Artwork is due to the LLCC coordinators by Wed., Oct. 6.

ARTS Springfield Area Arts Council

Access entry and identification forms, categories and rules.

LLCC’s in-house exhibit will be featured on the LLCC-Springfield campus Oct. 12-28. The artist of the favorite piece at LLCC will win the LLCC People’s Choice Award and receive a wooden wine rack with drawer, craftsman style $100 Visa gift card courtesy of the Philip and Mary Kathryn Trutter Museum.

The city-wide exhibit at the Springfield Art Association (Nov. 3-20) will showcase first place award-winning artwork from all participating businesses, agencies and institutions. At the previous OMOT in 2019, three LLCC employees had four pieces of art move on to the city-wide exhibit!

Thanks for your participation!

Misty Hagstrom, 217-786-2466misty.hagstrom@llcc.edu
Lindee Hall, 217-786-2409lindee.hall@llcc.edu

“On My Own Time” entry forms and fees due this week

On My Own TimeArtwork entry, identification forms and fees will need to be submitted by Thursday, Sept. 30, to one of the LLCC coordinators (Misty or Lindee). Artwork is due to the LLCC coordinators by Wed., Oct. 6.

ARTS Springfield Area Arts Council

Springfield Area Arts Council’s On My Own Time (OMOT) program provides LLCC faculty and staff the opportunity to display original art created outside the office. Faculty and staff may enter up to three works of art each. Works previously entered in OMOT or created prior to 2020 are not eligible. The artist fee is $5 per artwork submitted. The fee assists SAAC with costs of the OMOT program.

Access entry and identification forms, categories and rules.

"Giraffe" by Greg WalbertLLCC’s in-house exhibit will be featured on the LLCC-Springfield campus Oct. 12-28. The artist of the favorite piece at LLCC will win the LLCC People’s Choice Award and receive a $100 Visa gift card courtesy of the Philip and Mary Kathryn Trutter Museum.

The city-wide exhibit at the Springfield Art Association (Nov. 3-20) will showcase first place award-winning artwork from all participating businesses, agencies and institutions. At the previous OMOT in 2019, three LLCC employees had four pieces of art move on to the city-wide exhibit!

Misty Hagstrom, 217-786-2466misty.hagstrom@llcc.edu
Lindee Hall, 217-786-2409lindee.hall@llcc.edu

“On My Own Time” entry forms and fees due Sept. 30

ARTS Springfield Area Arts CouncilLLCC is participating in the Springfield Area Arts Council’s On My Own Time (OMOT) program, providing LLCC faculty and staff the opportunity to display original art created outside the office. Faculty and staff may enter up to three works of art each. Works previously entered in OMOT or created prior to 2020 are not eligible. The artist fee is $5 per artwork submitted. The fee assists SAAC with costs of the OMOT program.

Access entry and identification forms, categories and rules.

Artwork entry, identification forms and fees will need to be submitted by Thursday, Sept. 30 to one of the LLCC coordinators (Misty or Lindee). Artwork is due to the LLCC coordinators by Wed., Oct. 6.

On My Own Time

There are 13 categories of artwork:

  1. Painting
  2. Drawing
  3. Printmaking/Etching
  4. Mixed Media/Collage
  5. Fiber/Fabric/Quilts/ Needlework
  6. Basketry
  7. Pottery/Ceramics
  8. Photography
  9. Digital Art
  10. Jewelry
  11. Sculpture
  12. Glass
  13. Other (art that doesn’t fit into other categories including but not limited to artificial floral arrangements and hand-crafted miniatures)

"The Local" by Chris McDonaldLLCC’s in-house exhibit will be featured on the LLCC-Springfield campus Oct. 12-28. Those who visit the exhibit can vote for their favorite piece. The artist who created it will win the LLCC People’s Choice Award and receive a $100 Visa gift card courtesy of the Philip and Mary Kathryn Trutter Museum.

The city-wide exhibit at the Springfield Art Association (Nov. 3-20) will showcase first place award-winning artwork from all participating businesses, agencies and institutions. At the previous OMOT in 2019, three LLCC employees had four pieces of art move on to the city-wide exhibit!

Misty Hagstrom, 217-786-2466misty.hagstrom@llcc.edu
Lindee Hall, 217-786-2409lindee.hall@llcc.edu

Got art? Join the LLCC “On My Own Time” exhibit this fall

ARTS Springfield Area Arts CouncilLLCC is participating in the Springfield Area Arts Council’s On My Own Time (OMOT) program, providing LLCC faculty and staff the opportunity to display original art created outside the office. Faculty and staff may enter up to three works of art each. Works previously entered in OMOT or created prior to 2020 are not eligible. The artist fee is $5 per artwork submitted. The fee assists SAAC with costs of the OMOT program.

Access entry and identification forms, categories and rules.

Artwork entry, identification forms and fees will need to be submitted by Thursday, Sept. 30 to one of the LLCC coordinators (Misty or Lindee). Artwork is due to the LLCC coordinators by Wed., Oct. 6.

On My Own Time

There are 13 categories of artwork:

  1. Painting
  2. Drawing
  3. Printmaking/Etching
  4. Mixed Media/Collage
  5. Fiber/Fabric/Quilts/ Needlework
  6. Basketry
  7. Pottery/Ceramics
  8. Photography
  9. Digital Art
  10. Jewelry
  11. Sculpture
  12. Glass
  13. Other (art that doesn’t fit into other categories including but not limited to artificial floral arrangements and hand-crafted miniatures)

"Primpin' Ain't Easy" by Michelle BurgerLLCC’s in-house exhibit will be featured on the LLCC-Springfield campus Oct. 12-28. Those who visit the exhibit can vote for their favorite piece. The artist who created it will win the LLCC People’s Choice Award and receive a $100 Visa gift card courtesy of the Philip and Mary Kathryn Trutter Museum.

The city-wide exhibit at the Springfield Art Association (Nov. 3-20) will showcase first place award-winning artwork from all participating businesses, agencies and institutions. At the previous OMOT in 2019, three LLCC employees had four pieces of art move on to the city-wide exhibit!

Misty Hagstrom, 217-786-2466misty.hagstrom@llcc.edu
Lindee Hall, 217-786-2409lindee.hall@llcc.edu

Got art? Join the LLCC “On My Own Time” exhibit this fall

ARTS Springfield Area Arts CouncilLLCC is participating in the Springfield Area Arts Council’s On My Own Time (OMOT) program, providing LLCC faculty and staff the opportunity to display original art created outside the office. Faculty and staff may enter up to three works of art each. Works previously entered in OMOT or created prior to 2020 are not eligible. The artist fee is $5 per artwork submitted. The fee assists SAAC with costs of the OMOT program.

Access entry and identification forms, categories and rules.

Artwork entry, identification forms and fees will need to be submitted by Thursday, Sept. 30 to one of the LLCC coordinators (Misty or Lindee). Artwork is due to the LLCC coordinators by Wed., Oct. 6.

On My Own Time

There are 13 categories of artwork:

  1. Painting
  2. Drawing
  3. Printmaking/Etching
  4. Mixed Media/Collage
  5. Fiber/Fabric/Quilts/ Needlework
  6. Basketry
  7. Pottery/Ceramics
  8. Photography
  9. Digital Art
  10. Jewelry
  11. Sculpture
  12. Glass
  13. Other (art that doesn’t fit into other categories including but not limited to artificial floral arrangements and hand-crafted miniatures)

LLCC’s in-house exhibit will be featured on the LLCC-Springfield campus Oct. 12-28.

The city-wide exhibit at the Springfield Art Association (Nov. 3-20) will showcase first place award-winning artwork from all participating businesses, agencies and institutions.

Misty Hagstrom, 217-786-2466misty.hagstrom@llcc.edu
Lindee Hall, 217-786-2409lindee.hall@llcc.edu

Calling all artists! “On My Own Time” slated for fall

On My Own TimeThis fall, LLCC will once again be participating in the Springfield Area Arts Council’s On My Own Time (OMOT) program. This unique program provides LLCC faculty and staff an opportunity to display original art they have created outside the office, truly, on your own time. There will be an in-house exhibit at LLCC followed by a city-wide exhibit at the Springfield Art Association showcasing first place award-winning artwork from all participating businesses, agencies and institutions.

ARTS Springfield Area Arts CouncilFaculty and staff may enter up to three works of art each. Works previously entered in OMOT or created prior to 2020 are not eligible. The artist fee is $5 per artwork submitted. The fee assists SAAC with costs of the OMOT program. Details will be announced soon.

There is still time to use your imagination and skills to create new artwork! A detailed list of the categories, as well as the rules are attached.

Please contact Misty Hagstrom (217-786-2466misty.hagstrom@llcc.edu) with any questions.

2021 OMOT Categories
2021 Rules

Calling all artists! “On My Own Time” slated for fall

On My Own TimeThis fall, LLCC will once again be participating in the Springfield Area Arts Council’s On My Own Time (OMOT) program. This unique program provides LLCC faculty and staff an opportunity to display original art they have created outside the office, truly, on your own time. There will be an in-house exhibit at LLCC followed by a city-wide exhibit at the Springfield Art Association showcasing first place award-winning artwork from all participating businesses, agencies and institutions.

ARTS Springfield Area Arts CouncilFaculty and staff may enter up to three works of art each. Works previously entered in OMOT or created prior to 2020 are not eligible. The artist fee is $5 per artwork submitted. The fee assists SAAC with costs of the OMOT program. Details will be announced later this summer.

So spend time this summer using your imagination and skills to create new artwork! A detailed list of the categories, as well as the rules are attached.

Please contact Misty Hagstrom (217-786-2466misty.hagstrom@llcc.edu) with any questions.

2021 OMOT Categories
2021 Rules

LLCC entry wins the city-wide OMOT People’s Choice award

Michelle Burger, scholarship program and alumni services coordinator, won the city-wide On My Own Time People’s Choice award for her photography entry, “Primpin’ Ain’t Easy.” Congratulations, Michelle!
"Primpin' Ain't Easy" by Michelle Burger
On My Own TimeOMOT is a program of the Springfield Area Arts Council. The purpose of OMOT is to help local businesses, agencies, educational and medical institutions identify and celebrate the artistic talents of people they employ.

Misty Hagstrom, 786-2466misty.hagstrom@llcc.edu
Lindee Hall, 786-2409lindee.hall@llcc.edu