ST. GEORGE — Washington County is seeking an original photograph or other visual art piece that depicts Washington County’s beauty, to go on a portion of the tower of the new county building.
According to a press release issued by the county, the photograph or art piece will go on a 32 feet by 16 feet wide portion of the tower at the Washington County Parking Structure located at 51 N. Temple in St. George. The winning entry will be displayed on metal panels at the parking structure.
The winner of the contest will be awarded $1,000 and presented at the Feb. 15 County Commission meeting, according to the news release.
Contest entrants must submit the entry in a digital 300 dots per inch, high-resolution format. The entry must be an original work of art and may not contain any material that is copyrighted by another person. An entrant may submit more than one entry.
Each entry must depict an area within Washington County, and entrants must be 18 or older. Each entrant warrants that the entrant is the sole and exclusive owner and rights holder of the entry. Participation in the contest constitutes full and unconditional agreement to these rules.
By participating in the contest, the entrant who is selected as a winner unconditionally assigns and transfers to Washington County all rights, title, interest, claim, ideas, concepts, copyrighted materials, moral rights and trademarks contained in the entry.
In addition to the award for the winning photo/art, Washington County reserves the right to purchase any other entry for $250, and by participating in the contest, each entrant agrees to sell the entry for $250 if chosen by the county.
In such event, the entrant unconditionally assigns and transfers to Washington County all rights, title, interest, claim, ideas, concepts, copyrighted materials, moral rights and trademarks contained in the purchased entry.
Washington County also reserves the right to reject any or all entries submitted from this contest and to waive any formality or technicality in the best interest of the county.
Entries must be submitted to Nicholle Felshaw by email no later than 4:30 p.m. on Feb. 4, 2022. Entries should include the following information: full name, email, phone number, entrant age, location of the depicted area and the date it was created.
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