Brampton's Getting an Epic Live Art Competition
If you’re looking for an incredibly unique opportunity to showcase your artistic abilities, or even watch others showcase theirs, a really cool event is coming up that you’ll want to be aware of!
All artists in Ontario are invited to Brampton’s very own Live Art Competition on Saturday, August 25, 2018 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. in Daily Times Square in downtown Brampton.
The competition attracted a handful of Bramptonians in 2017, and this year, it’s gearing up to hit downtown Brampton with a storm (of paint!) once again.
Anyone can sign up to participate! For anyone who registers after July 25, it’s a $30 fee.
Your work will be judged though, so put your artistic hat on! And participants have the chance to win some pretty cool prizes.
First prize is $800 cash, second prize is $400 cash, and third prize is dinner for two!
Here’s something fun - last year, there was a community canvas where residents were able to paint their own flare.
If you’re interested, registration is pretty simple. You just need to submit a form with your name, email address, phone number, address, signature, and check off a box stating whether you’re over 18. Plus the cash fee, of course.
Each artist gets a 16x20 canvas or watercolour paper!
And if you’re not up for creating some epic art, you can still go out and watch.
INVITING ALL ARTISTS IN ONTARIO Enter the Live Arts Competition. Discover Downtown Brampton via Canvas and Watercolours. One 16x20 Canvas or Watercolour paper will be provided to each artist. Register https://t.co/5XwmgEm248 #drawing #painting #artist #liveartcompetitionbrampton pic.twitter.com/tssE4AxhMO— Live Art Competition (@LiveArtCompBram) March 20, 2018
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