The city of Santa Clarita has named the winners of the 2018 “cArt aRt” competition, held in conjunction with the city’s annual Earth Arbor Day Festival at Central Park on April 28.
The creative contest prompted residents to transform ordinary trash or recycling carts into extraordinary works of art for the chance to win cash prizes.
Contestants unveiled their completed works of cArt aRt during the festival, and both judges and attendees voted for their favorite entries in four categories: Most Creative, Best Local Flair, Best Green Theme and Fan Favorite.
One entry was also chosen to take home the cArt aRt Grand Prize.
The following entries were selected as category winners in the competition:
· Grand Prize ($200) – “Recycle Cookie Here”
· Most Creative ($100) – “Chewy Up Your Recycling”
· Best Local Flair ($100) – Troop 1122
· Best Green Theme ($100) – “Plant a Tree, Save the Earth”
· Fan Favorite ($50) – “Daisy Flower Garden”
The city’s annual cArt aRt competition is designed to raise awareness about recycling by encouraging residents to creatively decorate free trash or recycling carts, which are provided by Waste Management, with paint, art supplies and recycled items.
For additional information about the annual cArt aRt competition, including the names of the people who created the winning entries, contact Laura Jardine, project technician for the city’s Environmental Services Division, at 661-255-4376 or visit GreenSantaClarita.com.
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