Quzhou invites graffiti artists to depict city
Quzhou's brand logo – a fist-and-palm salute. [Photo/qz123.com]
Quzhou in east China's Zhejiang province started a graffiti competition on March 3, local media reported.
The competition consists of a preliminary contest and a final.
Entries for the preliminary contest should be flat paintings and they should be submitted with a brief explanation of 200 words, which may be submitted by emailing email@example.com with the attachment named "Quzhou graffiti Competition" before the deadline of April 10.
An electronic edition or scanned copy of the hand-painted paper edition and the hand-painted paper edition are both needed.
Applicants for the contest are encouraged to adopt different artistic media, such as pencil sketches, cartoons, and calligraphy.
Works are required to reproduce the great changes the reform and opening-up has brought to China, especially the achievements Quzhou has made since the 18th CPC National Congress in 2012.
In addition, these entries should showcase one or more of Quzhou brands, including the city's brand logo of a fist-and-palm salute, its mascot of a happy deer, and its cartoon image – Grandpa Nankong.
From April 11 to 20, experts will review the entries and choose 10 winners for the final, which is scheduled to take place in late April.
At the final, participants will make on-site graffiti on designated walls.
Six winners are expected to be selected and rewards of up to 50,000 yuan ($7,438) will be given to each winner.
Contact No: 0570-3369813
Address: 39 Jiulongnan Rd, Kecheng district, Quzhou