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CALL for ENTRIES: CANvas CANpaign

2017 August 16

Learn more about the CANvas CANpaign from the Can'd Aid Foundation! a-FLOAT

I like to believe I am rarely surprised, but truth is I am surprised & often.  The latest is alcoholic water.  When is the last time you took a drink of water & thought, “if only this were alcoholic”? I am guessing that the lower sugar content appeals to those dieting & drinking. This next Call is all about water of the non-alcoholic variety for communities in need.  This is a rare chance to enter a contest for good that offers monetary awards for winners.  Take a look…

Check out this Call for Entries from CAN’d Aid Foundation, an Oskar Blues charity, in conjunction with the Ball Foundation & the Western States Arts Federation (WESTAF) for CANvas CANpaign. You could see YOUR artwork featured on 1 million cans of water.  No entry fee + cash awards…

Learn more about the CANvas CANpaign from the Can'd Aid Foundation!CALL for ENTRIES: 
CANvas CANpaign
from CAN’d Aid Foundation

ELIGIBILITY:  Open to all artists 18+

MEDIA: Open to 2-D work (drawing, painting, illustration, digital, etc). Artists must submit a minimum of 3, maximum of 8 images of past work and a proposal image for the can design, formatted to fit the can template. Artist should note that 3 logos – CAN’d Aid Foundation, Ball & Metal Recycles Forever will be added to final winning artwork after completion, and artwork needs to use NO MORE THAN 6 COLORS. 

THEME:  Proposal artwork image must convey an environmental theme promoting sustainability and that aluminum cans are “infinitely recyclable” and the most sustainable package.

DEADLINE:  August 31, 2017

NOTIFICATION:  September 15, 2017

ENTRY FEE: None

JUROR:  Online voting for all finalists will begin on Sept. 7-14. The artist with the most votes wins.

AWARDS:  The winner will have their art featured on one million cans and win a $2,500 cash prize. 2nd place will receive $1,000 and 3rd place $500.

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

Learn more from the Can'd Aid Foundation!

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