Think Colorful, Think Abstract, Think Big – 2007 Student Art Calendar
Grab your art supplies and enter Roseville Electric and the Roseville Environmental Utilities Department calendar contest. Roseville residents between the ages of 3 and 17 are eligible to submit artwork and possibly win a cash prize .
Participants are asked to paint a picture illustrating the various ways to have a positive affect on our environment through conservation of water and energy. Judges will choose 13 entries based on the artworks relevance of Roseville Electric and Environmental Utilities Department programs, creativity and originality. Winning entries will be featured in the calendar.
Winners will be chosen within five categories: kindergarten and first grades; second and third grades; fourth through sixth grades, seventh and eighth, and ninth through 12th grades. There will be a cash prize of $100 awarded to the child whose artwork is selected and featured in the calendar.
To inspire artists, information about programs and themes like stormwater management, renewable energy, recycling, energy conservation, water conservation, and electrical safety is available on-line at www.roseville.ca.us/artcal.
Calendar applications will be available at public counters located at the Maidu and Mahany libraries, the Finance Department, Roseville Electric, the Environmental Utilities Department, the City Clerks Department, the Aquatics Complex, the Roseville Sports Center and the City Managers Office. Applications are also available to download on-line at www.roseville.ca.us/artcal.
All contest artwork submissions are due by 5 p.m., Friday, Sept. 29 at the City of Roseville Corporation Yard, Attn. Sean Bigley, 2005 Hilltop Circle, Roseville, CA 95747.
The 2007 Student Art Calendar will make its debut at the City of Rosevilles Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony on Friday, Dec. 1. Calendars are FREE and will be made available at all public counters throughout the city.
Roseville Electric and the Environmental Utilities Department co-sponsor the student art calendar contest in an effort to promote the conservation of our natural resources like water and energy. The calendar has been a community favorite for more than 10 years and about 14,000 are distributed annually.