Richmond Hill's Street Banner Contest
Start date: 6 February, 2017
End date: 24 February, 2017
Celebrate Canada's 150th Anniversary of Confederation! Now until February 24th, Richmond Hill will hold a contest for artists to design street banners. Up to twenty pieces of artwork will be selected and displayed in Richmond Hill on street banners this year.
Nature of the Project Reach
The artist may not be on the selection committee, an elected official or candidate running for public or political office, and/or employee or contractor of the Town of Richmond Hill. The artist must have a current, permanent residential address within Richmond Hill. The artist must be a Canadian citizen or legal resident of Canada. The artist must agree to abide by the Official Contest Rules; see Official Contest Rules section.
The Richmond Hill Street Banner Contest is a celebration of the 150th anniversary of Canadian Confederation. The theme for the Richmond Hill Street Banner contest is "Past, Present and Future." This theme encourages members of the community to celebrate Canada's past, present and future by reflecting on their history in Richmond Hill, the current strengths of the community and the possibilities for its future.
A call for entries is available for visual art including photography, digital art, collage, painting, illustration and printmaking.
Project needs Richmond Hill residents to submit visual artwork for the Street Banner Contest. See Official Contest Rules for full details.
- Reach: Community(ies)
- Theme(s): Arts & Culture, Government
- Region(s): Ontario
- Website: http://https://www.richmondhill.ca/en/things-to-do/street-banner-contest.aspx