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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. 

issaquahwa.gov/YouthShowcase

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 sgfergason@gmail.com or (317) 828-1500 or City of Issaquah Chief of Staff - Tina Eggers at tinae@issaquahwa.gov or (425) 837-3004.

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