Tuesday, December 21, 2021

Port of Prince Rupert seeks youth art on theme of "What Does the Holiday Season mean to You"

The Port of Prince Rupert's Interpretive Centre is the
Christmas Art Gallery for the North Coast with the Port
accepting Holiday artwork for display 

With the Christmas Holidays underway, parents, grandparents and guardians may want to find something for the youngsters to do to chip away at some of the vacation time and for those with a creative flair the Prince Rupert Port Authority has something on the go.

The Port introduced its Creative Art Contest on Friday accepting artwork on the theme of "What Does the Holiday Season mean to You? 

Your creation can be delivered to the Port Interpretive Centre in the Atlin Terminal, with the finished work to be showcased in the Centre. And you still have a few days to get your artwork in on the event. 

Artwork can be dropped off at the Port Interpretive Centre (215 Cow Bay Rd, Prince Rupert) from 12pm to 4pm. 

The Contest closes December 23rd.

More on the art project can be found from the PRPA Facebook page.

To put you in a holiday drawing kind of mood, the PRPA has released a video holiday card with some good cheer for the season.

More notes on themes related to the Prince Rupert Port Authority can be found from our archive page.

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