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RAM 11th Annual International PEEPS Art Competition
August 13–29, 2020

PEEPS: Not Just for Easter Anymore!

A family friendly exhibition showcasing the creativity of the community.


Participant Entry Requirements

  • Entry is FREE, and open to all individuals, families, and groups.

  • One entry per person/group. Your name may ONLY be on one entry.

Requirements for Entry

  • Use any holiday variety of PEEPS®, or create your own representation.

  • No food materials other than PEEPS® will be accepted.

  • Entries must not have been previously exhibited at RAM or RAM’s Wustum Museum.

  • All works will be measured and must fit dimensions listed below or they will not be exhibited:

    • Two-dimensional works must be no larger than 24 inches high x 24 inches wide and 6 inches deep. Quilt Squares must be 12 x 12 inches.
    • Three-dimensional works must be no larger than 30 inches high (indicates elevation) x 16 inches wide x 16 inches deep.
  • Three-dimensional pieces must be finished on all sides with no unfinished cardboard or newspaper showing.

  • Two-dimensional pieces must have hanging wire. No saw tooth or bull dog clip hangers.

  • Works may not promote for-profit businesses.

  • RAM is not responsible for artworks damaged while on display.

  • RAM reserves the right to edit any works deemed inappropriate for display.

From RAM 10th Annual International PEEPS Art Exhibition
Jon Leach, Wauwatosa
Nightpeeps—An Homage to Edward Hopper
Wood, paint, wire, screws, plastic, lights, and found objects
Photography: Jon Bolton, Racine

Important Dates


Entries must be dropped off or shipped to arrive between Saturday, July 11 and Sunday, July 19, Noon – 4:00 pm at the Racine Art Museum along with completed entry form. Masks are required for in-person drop-off at RAM.

For return shipping, prepaid postage must be included.

Pick Up

Entries MUST be picked up between September 1–13, Noon – 4:00 pm. Any entries left at RAM after September 20 will be recycled.

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