Own the Night: Palmer Library Poster Contest for Teens
Own the Night
Teens are invited to showcase their art and design skills in the Palmer Library’s poster contest! This year’s summer reading program theme is, “Own the Night,” and the library invites local high school students to create a poster expressing the theme – all entries will be shown at the library, and three winners will be chosen!
Artists can use essentially any medium (or media) that they like, and are asked to keep their work free of copyrighted characters and/or clip art – make it all original – should also be between 8.5×11 inches and 34×44 inches. Entries should not only be inspired by the program theme, but should convey what it is through text and images.
The contest is an opportunity for teen designers and illustrators to practice their skills, and to have their work viewed by the community while celebrating the summer reading program! Entries must be submitted by June 29th, 2012 – pick up an entry form at the Palmer Library or at Palmer High School.
For more information, call Krista Navin at 413-283-3330 ex. 106.