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Heritage Burlington seeks your art for colouring book contest

Would you like to be a part of Heritage Burlington’s first ever Burlington colouring book?

Heritage Burlington COLOURING contest posterHeritage Burlington, a citizen advisory committee to Council of the City of Burlington, is challenging Burlington residents to create a line art drawing to be included in Burlington colouring book. This original art work should reflect an image of Burlington which can be freely downloaded, printed and coloured. The top 10 drawings will be featured in our Burlington Colouring Book with the top selection appearing on the cover. Prizes including gift cards will also be provided!

Should you have any questions regarding this contest, please contact Denis Farr (denis.farr@burlington.ca) or at 905-335-7600, ext 7381

email blast – Heritage Colouring Book.pdf

Colouring book Permission Form.pdf

Art and Photo Contest Rules and Regulations.pdf

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Heritage Burlington seeks your art for colouring book contest
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Heritage Burlington seeks your art for colouring book contest
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The top 10 drawings will be featured in our Burlington Colouring Book with the top selection appearing on the cover. Prizes including gift cards will also be provided!
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Written by Marianne Meed Ward

A Better Burlington began in 2006 after my neighbours said they felt left out of city decisions, learning about them only after they’d been made.

As journalist for 22 years, I thought “I can do something about that” and a website and newsletter were born. They’ve taken various forms and names over the years, but the intent remains: To let you know what’s happening at City Hall before decisions are made, so you can influence outcomes for A Better Burlington.

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  1. For the record, few artists work for ‘free’, and secondly, few artists will give up the Rights to their work ‘for free’ -(especially without compensation.) This is a badly conceived project that fails to RESPECT the efforts of living artists. Otherwise, as is, it’s likely to be a ‘rinky dink’ effort and that, ultimately, reflects poorly on both the City and the Heritage Committee.

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