Image from http://solv.org/get-involved/design-challenge.
Make something amazing out of trash, share it with a bunch of cool artists, and be eligible for scholarships! Each high school will have a local art contest and bring their top 3 best art pieces for competition and exhibition at the Clean Beaches Design Challenge celebration and Trash Art exhibition in the Swigert Commons at Pacific Northwest College of Art on March 9. The event location is at 13th and Johnson St. in Portland, Oregon. (map)
This came in from the Institute of Non-profit Management listerve:
SOLVE and the Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA) are partnering to put
on a design challenge and “trash art show.” SOLVE’s portion is a high
school trash art show which is open to all Oregon high school students.
Students are challenged to find a creative use for debris as art.
Scholarships to PNCA will be offered to the top three best of show!
8:00-10:00 Display high school Trash Art
10:00-12:00 Presentations of top ten Clean Beaches design teams
12:00-2:00 Lunch, art viewing, socializing and PNCA tours (Juries will be making selections)
2:00-3:00 Presentation of Awards for top Clean Beaches designs and Trash Art