Chairperson – Donna Anstadt
Refer to General Rules.
Rules and Regulations
- Major exhibits by granges or similar organizations should contribute to a better understanding of agriculture or agri-business either through their educational value for their promotion of products.
- A sale of items, in itself, shall not be considered a part of any exhibit.
- The fair reserves the right to reject an exhibit not in good taste or not of merit in promoting agriculture or agri-business.
NOTE: Size of exhibits is to be determined by each individual fair. Judging of exhibits may be done according to any plan devised by the fair, provided it calls for a graduated scale of awards. A scoring system that may be useful follows:
|ATTRACTION ATTENTION: Use of color, motion, lights, figure’s. While attention getting is important, the reaction should be favorable. Unfavorable attention defeats the purpose.||20|
|AROUSE INTEREST: Encourages additional study.? Personal appeal to the type of viewer for whom the exhibit was designed.||10|
|CONVEYS MESSAGE: The message should be understandable to the viewer for whom the exhibit was designed.||30|
|DESIGN: Elements of the exhibit should be pleasingly placed to give a sense of unity to the whole. The message should be a part of the design and not something apparently added as an afterthought.? Simplicity is the key here.||20|
|WORKMANSHIP: Neat, well-constructed, for the purpose. This does not imply that expensive materials be used.||10|
Section 1 – Granges
Section 2 – Agricultural Exhibits
|20||2||22010||Agriculture Organizations other than Granges||$65||$60||$55||$50|
revised for 2019 Fair.