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Congressman McClintock announces 2011 Congressional Art Competition

By March 7, 2011

Entries due by April 29

All high school students in the Fourth Congressional District are invited to participate in the Congressional Art Competition, An Artistic Discovery, a nationwide high-school art competition sponsored by the members of the U.S. House of Representatives. The contest is open to all high-school students within the Fourth Congressional District.

First-place entries from each Congressional district will be displayed for one year in the Cannon Tunnel, leading to the U.S. Capitol. Each winning student will be invited, along with one guest, to the unveiling of the exhibit and a reception for all winners in June. Two round-trip airline tickets will be provided to the winning students.

Contest guidelines and release forms are available on Congressman McClintock’s website at mcclintock.house.gov/

Students wishing to enter should fax a student release/entry form to the attention of Kathy Arts in Congressman McClintock’s office at (916) 786-6364. Students may also mail the form to the following address:

Congressman Tom McClintock
8700 Auburn Folsom Road, Suite 100
Granite Bay 95746

Artwork should be sent to the following address, to be received no later than Friday, April 29:

The Fourth District Congressional Arts Competition
PlacerArts
808 Lincoln Way, Auburn 95603

A panel of qualified artists and local officials will judge the artwork the first week of May. For more information contact Kathy Arts in Congressman McClintock’s district office at (916) 786-5560.

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