Solstice Festival crowdsources poster

The Solstice Arts Festival-Alberni Valley invites community artists to submit an image for its 2016 Festival poster.

The Solstice Arts Festival-Alberni Valley invites community artists of all ages and stages to submit an original image that will be used to highlight its 2016 Festival poster.

Artists working in all media, crayons to digital to 3D, can create a bright, eye-catching image that celebrates the longest day of the year and the glorious beginning of summer in the Alberni Valley.

Along with bragging rights, the creator of the image chosen will receive a pass to all events and shows featured during the Festival weekend.

Details: portrait format please. If possible please submit a 300 dpi jpg photo of your work to albernisolstice@gmail.com. Please ensure the word Poster is displayed in the subject line.

Or drop off your original art, clearly marked with your name & contact info to Rollin Gallery or Main Artery.

Deadline for submission is March, 20, 2016. For more info, please call Jill at 250-735-8430.

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