2007 artwork calendar – “dreams and wishes”
This is the 17th year that we have presented the Capital City Savings Artwork Calendar. Since 1991, more than 37,500 students have participated in this program. We invite your school to participate by submitting artwork from students in grades K-6.
Every school who submits artwork will receive a $100 donation from Capital City Savings.
Submissions must adhere to all the following guidelines:
Picture must address the theme: “Dreams and Wishes”
Picture size must be 11″ x 17″ only
Picture should be horizontal (width long) in order to fit the layout of the calendar
No information, titles, names or text should appear on the front of the picture
The following must be included on the back of each entry:
Complete name of student
Entries should be received by Capital City Savings no later than May 3, 2006.
Submitted art will be judged based on the following:
How it pertains to the calendar theme
How well it will reproduce when printed
The color and vibrancy of the piece
The use of entire paper space
May 3: Deadline for entries
June 1: Notification of students whose artwork is chosen
November 30: $100 cheques sent to all participating schools
Return of Artwork
If you would like to have your students’ artwork back after the selection process is completed, they will be available for pick up from June 1 to 30, Monday to Friday from 8:30 to 4:30, at the address below. The artwork will not be mailed back to the schools.
2006 artwork calendar
2006 Artwork Calendars are now available, free of charge, at any Capital City Savings branch.
Capital City Savings is proud to present our 16th annual Artwork Calendar. This year’s theme of “Life in My Community” has helped us to create a wonderful calendar that celebrates the beauty and diversity of our communities. Fourteen pieces of art are chosen to appear in our calendar and we distribute 30,000 copies of the calendar free of charge throughout the capital region.
New to this year’s calendar, we have included the holidays and dates celebrated by Capital City Savings’ eight linguistic community councils: East Indian, Polish, Ukrainian, Francophone, Chinese, Filipino, Vietnamese and Korean.