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1/8/2013 4:46:00 AM
Poster Contest Submissions 2013 SC Festival of Flowers

Again this year, the SC Festival of Flowers is seeking artists to submit original artwork for consideration in the 2013 46th SC Festival of Flowers poster contest. The annual event will be held June 1-23 in Greenwood, SC with the main weekend, June 20-23, 2013.

Criteria for artwork consideration consist of a poster theme which includes music, topiaries, art, sports, gardening, family activities and flowers. The actual size of the poster should measure approximately24 inches horizontal by 18 inches vertical (landscape position.) Artist may only submit one (1) piece of original artwork. The selected artist will receive one payment of $1,000 and regional exposure.

Visual artists and graphic designers are invited to submit their innovative and visually compelling original artwork to promote the annual festival, feature the creativity and variety of the events, celebrate the festival, commemorate its colorful past, and pay homage to the Festival’s 46 years. In addition, the chosen artwork may be incorporated into the marketing personality for this year’s event, in whole or in part, through selected promotional materials. Those interested in submitting original artwork for consideration should visit the website www.scfestivalofflowers.org  for the artist’s poster contest application and rules.

POSTER CONTEST DEADLINE: Friday, March 1, 2013

Reader Comments

Posted: Saturday, June 8, 2013
Article comment by: Ruby Haydock DeLoach

Join 2013 SC Book Festival children's nonfiction science book author Ruby Haydock DeLoach at Park Seed on Saturday, June 22 from 8-4 and purchase a signed copy of her book, Growing Little Green Thumbs. A rabbit can be a garden pest, but a helpful Boo-boo Bunny will come free with each book purchase is case a little one gets a boo-boo. Her first book, Earth Turns on Its Axis, and.., was written to answer a child's question, "Where does the sun go at night?" Both books have the G. R. O.W. theme of Great Readings Open Worlds and address National Science and Literacy Standards.

Posted: Friday, January 11, 2013
Article comment by: elizabet shajiei

I studied ms agriculure and i am working in green house . I really like my job an major . i want to gain more experience about my job . I like to see festival flowers in 2013. can you help me?

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