Brooklyn Library Exhibit Submission Deadline

April 30, 2013 5:00 PM – April 30, 2013 5:00 PM Brooklyn Public Library
30 Apr

The Brooklyn Program Committee in conjunction with the Brooklyn Public Library is hosting an exhibit to celebrate a century of Girl Scouting in NYC! We need your Girl Scout artwork, uniforms, crafts, photos, swaps, books, and memorabilia!

Artwork can be submitted in the following mediums:


Photos (no larger than 3x5)

Oil/watercolor/crayon/marker/tempera paintings on canvas (no larger than 8x11)

Sculpture (The mediums of stone or materials similar cannot be used. Acceptable materials are clay, paperclips, paiper mache, and natural fibers such as yarn, string, and cloth)


Other forms of submission:


  • books, uniforms, manners, poetry, short stories etc.

For 100 years, the Girl Scouts of Greater New York has been the leading force in developing girls into the kind of women who have the skills and the will to make a difference. That is a record of longevity, stability, and accomplishment that few organizations can match.


And while we in New York will pay homage this year to our first full century of advocacy for girls, the Girl Scouts of the USA, our parent organization, has already celebrated its centennial last year, declaring 2012 “The Year of the Girl.”


For over 100 years, The Girl Scouts of the USA has strived, day after day, to develop girls to their fullest potential, willing to accept a purpose beyond themselves and to be able to take on responsibility for their families, their communities, and their world.


For more information, download a flyer by clicking HERE.