City of Penticton calling all artists

The City of Penticton is calling on local artists who have captured a "vibrant winter wonderland in Penticton" to submit their work for use on the city's annual Season's Greetings cards.
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PENTICTON - Penticton artists are being offered an opportunity to grace the city’s Christmas cards with their work.

The city is calling on the region’s artists to submit their renditions depicting the theme of vibrant winter to reflect the community’s vision to be a “vibrant, innovative, adventurous waterfront city that focuses on sustainability, community and economic opportunity,” City of Penticton communications officer Simone Blais says in a media release.

The City of Penticton issues season’s greetings cards each year in December to community organizations and stakeholders.

Artists must be living in the South Okanagan and artwork should be two-dimensional, scalable to a maximum of 4" by 6" in traditional or contemporary style. Media can include photographs, mosaic fiber art, painting, or mixed media, submitted digitally by email.

Deadline for submissions is Oct. 23.

For a complete list of requirements and criteria, artists should consult “Call for Artists - Seasons Greetings Cards” on the Penticton City web page.

Submissions should be sent to: contest@penticton.ca

To contact the reporter for this story, email Steve Arstad at sarstad@infonews.ca or call 250-488-3065. To contact the editor, email mjones@infonews.ca or call 250-718-2724.


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