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The Noblesville Preservation Alliance Presents the First Annual Seminary Park Lighted Sculpture Contest. The Preservation Alliance will be celebrating the holidays by creating a lighting display in Seminary Park using vintage and antique lights and decorations from Noblesville’s past. They want to continue the tradition of developing iconic Noblesville holiday displays by hosting this Lighted Sculpture Contest. Applicants are encouraged to create lighted sculptures inspired by Noblesville’s history and heritage to be displayed in Seminary Park from Dec 7th, 2018 through January 4th, 2019. The sculptures will then become a part of the Preservation Alliance’s permanent collection and will be displayed in future years. The contest will be judged in two ways: one prize (Best in Show) will be awarded by a judge or judges appointed by Nickel Plate Arts, and three other prizes will be awarded by audience vote. The Nickel Plate Arts prize, “Best in Show” winner will receive $300, First Place will receive $250, Second Place will receive $100, and Third Place will receive $50.
The application deadline for this project is Sunday, November 4th. Once confirmed, artists/artist teams will have until November 28th to create their pieces. Artist/artist teams must provide all necessary materials for their entry piece.
For full details and how to apply, view the full callout:
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