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Call for entries: Young artists sought for scholarship program

Post Date:02/05/2018 4:42 PM

For Immediate Release
Contact: Amy Bolton, Public Information Officer                      
Office:  623-882-7053

Call for entries: Young artists sought for scholarship program


Sixth annual scholarship program to reward Goodyear students


Mayor’s Select Art Awards: Call for Entries
Image Deadline: March 20
Selection Panel: March 27
Artists Notified: March 31
Recognition Ceremony: April 7


Goodyear, Ariz. (Feb. 5, 2018) - For the sixth year in a row, the Mayor’s Select Art Awards will offer $1,700 in scholarships to Goodyear’s aspiring young artists. Students are invited to submit their original works of art for consideration in the spring 2018 Mayor Select Art Show before the March 20 deadline. Winners will be selected at the end of March and recognized at the Goodyear Lakeside Music Festival on April 7.

The contest is open to all students who reside in Goodyear and are currently enrolled in grades six through 12 in a public, private, charter or alternative school. Scholarships are made possible through a partnership between Palm Valley Pediatric Dentistry, the Goodyear Arts & Culture Commission, and the city of Goodyear in a shared vision of helping advance education, create public dialogue and inspire civic pride through the arts.

For more information, full contest rules and an entry form, visit or call 623-882-7530.


About the Arts in Goodyear

The Arts and Culture Division was established in 2006 by the Goodyear City Council to create a distinct sense of place and cultural destination by integrating art into public spaces. Goodyear’s public art program promotes arts and cultural excellence in coordination with the private sector and other governmental agencies to increase awareness of the contributions of arts and culture to our economy and quality of life.

The Goodyear Arts & Culture Commission provides leadership in developing a community identity through the arts that embraces, celebrates and unites all of our diverse histories, beliefs, cultures, and aspirations. 

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