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Posted on: March 16, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Calling Issaquah's Young Artists, Composers & Authors!

The City of Issaquah, in partnership with the Arts Commission and Sister Cities Commission, is looking for original works from local youth aged 13-18 (age as of Apr. 1, 2022) to send to a national competition. Pieces must fit the theme Generation Rescue: Sustainable Water for All and fall into one of six categories - classic art, digital art, photography, poetry, writing or original music. 

Details can be found at the link below, including prizes for national winners of up to $1000. Entries are due March 24 by 11:59 pm through the link below.

This is year one of an annual program we hope to grow in the future, and you are part of our select audience.

Questions? Contact Sister Cities Chair - Stephanie Angula at or (317) 828-1500 or City of Issaquah Chief of Staff - Tina Eggers at or (425) 837-3004.

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