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Redmond Seeks Youth Art for Pump Track

Young people invited to compete in mural contest for Homestead bike park

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Attention young aspiring artists! This month, the Redmond Committee for Art in Public Places is hosting its annual student art contest, for a chance to create a mural at the Homestead Bike Park Pump Track.

It's time for Redmond youth to pump up the art. - NICOLE VULCAN
  • Nicole Vulcan
  • It's time for Redmond youth to pump up the art.

Redmond students under the age of 18 are invited to submit up to three concepts for a mural painting to be displayed at the bike track. All entries must be submitted by Sept. 30 for consideration. Creativity is the main criteria, but according to the guidelines, the mural must also be colorful, original and appropriate for public viewing. The contest winner will collaborate with members of the RCAPP to commission a mural for the bike track. Eligible entries can be submitted online or by mail. Details on submission and regulations can be found at the Redmond city website, redmondoregon.gov.

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