Submit a 2D piece of artwork in any media made on a standard size sticky note, for a chance for your artwork to be converted into a large-scale print on the NoCo Arts Center exterior wall as a Jeffersonville Public artist!
1st Annual NoCo Arts District Sticky Note Art Competition
Who Can Submit:
Anyone of any age can submit a piece of artwork! Artwork can be submitted to the following age categories:
0-8 years old
9-14 years old
15-18 years old
All five winners will have their artwork turned into large-scale prints hung on the side of the NoCo Arts Center with a plaque notating the artist's name/title of the piece.
Additionally, artists will receive the following prize money (paid in a visa gift card).
Grand Prize Winner: $400
0-8 age category winner: $120
9-14 age category winner: $120
15-18 age category winner: $120
Adult age category winner: $120
How To Submit:
Submissions can be made 1 of 2 ways:
Mailed/dropped off with a submission form:
Office of the City Engineer
Attn: Emily Dippie
500 Quartermaster Court
Jeffersonville, IN 47130
Or Submit online through the portal below:
The artwork will be judged first by a diverse panel of judges to select a group of finalists. There will be twenty finalists, including five submissions from each age group.
The finalists will be voted on by the community online. The grand prize winner will be determined by the submission that receives the most votes during the public voting. Age category winners will be determined by the submission that receives the most votes in the age category during the public voting.
Any 2D media (pen, pencil, paint, collage, etc.) that can fit on a standard-sized sticky note is accepted. Sticky notes may be any color but must be the standard size square. Artwork may be of any style or topic!
March 21: Online Submission Begin
March 21st-May 1st: Submission Application Open Online
May 2, 2022: Portal Closed at Midnight
May 9: Top 20 finalists announced for the public vote
May9th-May 29th: Public Voting Timeline
May 30: Winners Contacted
June 25: Ribbon Cutting At The NoCo Arts Center for Large Scale Prints