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Artists of Missouri who are looking to make their mark on the city’s art scene can currently apply to have their art appear on an annual commemorative poster for the city. The chosen poster will display the artistic side of Columbia and show the significance that art holds in this city. If you submit a poster and it’s chosen, it won’t be unveiled until August, however, when it is shown at an annual Poster Party held by the city. Along with this recognition, the chosen artist will also will $1,000.
Last year 171 images were submitted by Missouri artists, and the piece that was chosen was a photographer work titled Booches — Since 1884 by Edgar I Ailor III, who sees Booches as a Columbia landmark all its own.
Send in your entry before March 23. For complete rules of the competition and to see commemorative posters from former years, visit the city’s website.
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