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Guidelines for the 2017 Winter Art Banner Program

Follow these submission guidelines for the 2017 Winter Art Banner Program

Gallery: 2017 Spring Art Banners

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The annual Street Banner Program is an opportunity for residents to submit their artwork for the chance to be selected to grace our streets with colour and style. The Municipality typically runs this program in the spring and winter. A panel of volunteer community judges select pieces of artwork to be featured on municipal street banners on Franklin Ave. and Thickwood Blvd.

2017 Winter Art Banner Program

The 2017 Winter Art Banner Program celebrates the upcoming Alberta Winter Games and invites local youth (18 years old and under) to submit their artwork. Get the community excited about the Games and show off your artistic talents to your community and to the thousands of people visiting for the Games. Be sure to follow the guidelines for a list of applicable sporting events and inspiration.

Paper is available at the Jubilee Building (1st floor) at 9909 Franklin Avenue. Business hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday, while supplies last. 

Selected Artists For The 2017 Spring Art Banner Program

The 2017 Street Banner Program celebrates Canada 150. Thank you to everyone who submitted their artwork and congratulations to the artists whose pieces were chosen:

  • Angelica Garcia
  • Quinten Jaycox
  • Kinley Alyward
  • Breton Devoe
  • Gwenna Cochrane Halinda
  • Jennifer MacMullin
  • Michele Shapter
  • Stevie Avgoustis
  • Colby Harris

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