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The Mercer Island Arts Council Calls All Artists for a Street Banner Design Competition

The Mercer Island Arts Council invites amateurs and professional designers alike to join in on the fun and action of a street banner competition. The Arts Councils strives to stimulate community awareness and advocate local artists and art organizations through education and artistic implementation – and this is one of many ways they’re doing so.

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Monday, May 21st, 2018 @ 5:00PM PST
Submit to Diane Mortenson @

The objective for this friendly competition is to select five designs from one participant reflecting the spirit of the island. Decisions will be based off the competition’s theme, which is Island Icons.

When you think about the island, what do you think about? Do you think about the loamy waters lapping along the shores? Or the ingrained sense of engaged community, actively displayed at year-round celebrations and events? Or the astounding natural beauty of the island, maintained by countless hours of local employees and volunteers?

Regardless what you think about, you can put your artistic skills to good work and showcase your abilities for this 5-design, 18-banner competition. The 2018 notice outlines that there are no age limitations, and anyone may enter! But be sure to read through the entire packet to get all the requirements.

If you’re looking for all the information, visit the link above, or check out the direct file from the City of Mercer Island website.

For more information or any questions regarding the competition, please contact Diane Mortenson at, or call 206.275.7861.


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