Submissions Open For 2023 Arts Fest Banner Competition

Calling all creatives.

The Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts, better known as Arts Fest, is accepting submissions for its annual banner exhibition and competition.

The festival showcases dozens of banners that are displayed over the festival route. Banners must feature designs visible on both sides, the artist or group’s name, and the year the banner was made.

Completed banners can be dropped off at the Arts Fest office at 403 S. Allen St. in suite 205A until 5 p.m. on Friday, June 23.

Submitted banners will be separated into three categories: professional, general, and youth. Each category will name a first and second-place winner along with an honorable mention. The three winners from each category will receive prizes spanning from $50 to $200.

Folks can find the entry form, guidelines, and more information on the banner competition on the Arts Fest website.

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