Wilmington City Council and the Rodney Square Conservancy are inviting students grades 6-12 to be a Rodney Square student artist. The competition is being held in coordination with the current refurbishment of Rodney Square, which in 2011 was named to the National Register of Historic Places. Each design should be the student’s original work (one entry per student). Deadline for entries is April 9. A seven-member jury will decide the winners, with cash and other prizes awarded. The works will be displayed at Rodney Square this spring or summer. For more on the competition, contact Jim Tevebaugh at email@example.com.
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