Library calls on artists, designers

The Okanagan Regional Library (ORL) is inviting artists and graphic designers of all ages to submit their ideas for new library cards

  • Dec. 16, 2015 8:00 p.m.

The Okanagan Regional Library (ORL) is inviting artists and graphic designers of all ages to submit their ideas for new library cards for the regional system. The current library cards haven’t been substantially updated in more than three decades.

Four winning designs will be chosen and printed, with each designer receiving a $100 cash prize.

The contest is open to anyone in the ORL region, which spans from Golden and the Shuswap, south to Osoyoos and west to Princeton.

Entries can be either hand-made or digital, and have to be submitted by Jan. 4, 2016. Full contest details and entry forms are available at any of the ORL’s 29 branches or online at www.orl.bc.ca/cardcontest.

 

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