Moscow Farmers Market 2018 Poster Contest

By DJ Scallorn

The City of Moscow and the Farmers Market Commission are pleased to announce the Moscow Farmers Market 2018 Poster Contest. This call to artists is open to everyone regardless of age or experience. The deadline for submissions is Wednesday, March 28, by 5 pm. The artist of the winning entry will be awarded $100. The winning entry will be selected in mid-April. Only one (1) entry per individual will be accepted. Contest submittals will be restricted to a 200 air mile radius of Moscow, Idaho. Exemptions will be made for University of Idaho; Washington State University; and Lewis-Clark State College students. Incomplete entries will not be considered. See the Rules, Instructions, and Application for details.

Application forms and the contest rules are available for pick-up at Moscow City Hall (206 East Third Street) or can be downloaded online at:

http://www.ci.moscow.id.us/DocumentCenter/View/7509

A jury panel will select five (5) finalists from all submissions to be considered for the Moscow Farmers Market 2018 Poster. These five entries will be made available for the public to vote and select their favorite poster entry. The posted entry with the most votes at the end of this voting period will be declared the winner of the Moscow Farmers Market 2018 Poster Contest.

Description:

The Farmers Market is a popular Moscow tradition that was established in 1976. The Saturday morning event celebrates local farmers, artists, craftspeople and musicians by providing them with an opportunity to interact directly with the community and its visitors. The Market is located in downtown Moscow on Main Street and in Friendship Square. It is held each Saturday, May through October, from 8 am to 1 pm. Local musicians perform from 9:30 am to 1 pm each week.

For more information, contact Daniel Stewart, Community Events Manager at dstewart@ci.moscow.id.us, 208-883-7132.

Or visit:  http://www.ci.moscow.id.us/206/Market-Poster

The City of Moscow delivers quality municipal services while ensuring responsible use of resources. We anticipate and meet the needs of our diverse population in order to build public trust and enhance a sense of community.