The Freshwater Society invites high school artists to compete for scholarships in its sixth annual Water is Life art contest. In the contest, co-sponsored by the Society and seven Minnesota Service Cooperatives, students create works of art that illustrate the value of water and the threats that water resources face today.
Winning entries from this year are on display, through Oct. 31, in the 8400 Building — next to Kincaid’s restaurant — in the Normandale Office Park, 8400 Normandale Lake Blvd., Bloomington. From Nov. 1 through Dec. 31, the entries will be displayed in the offices of Emmons and Olivier Resources, 651 Hale Ave., N., Oakdale.
Click to download a PDF brochure about the 2010 contest or an entry form for artists. There also is an intent to participate form for schools and art teachers to submit.
To learn more about the contest and see a slide show of 2009 winners, click here.