Congratulations to Evan Norgaard for winning the 2-D art category. Evan is a 7th grader at Traverse City Christian Schools. Click here to view Evan’s winning painting.
Congratulations to Emma Simon and Taylor Weckstein for winning the student video category. Emma and Taylor are both 8th graders at East Middle School. Watch their video, along with the 2nd and 3rd place winners below.
1st Place – Emma Simon and Taylor Wechstein
“Lights, Energy, Action!”
2nd Place – Eric Sowash
3rd Place - Joe Bourdages and Aidan Stiebel
“Energy Efficient Home Design”
All entries were judged by a panel of video and art professionals. Entries were rated on overall impact, effectiveness of conveying the theme, artistic merit and technical proficiency.
UPDATE: The submission date has been changed to March 23, 2012.
2012 marks the 100 year anniversary for Traverse City Light & Power.
Traverse City Light & Power has been providing safe, reliable and affordable electricity to our residents, businesses and industries for a remarkable 100 years - powering this community with energy and commitment.
As part of the celebration of 100 years of service, TCL&P announces the “Power of Art” contest – inviting community members to share their talents and their energy. The goal is to engage the Traverse City area in a way that will enhance their interest and understanding of the role that efficient, safe, reliable and affordable electricity plays in the prosperity of this community.
The contest has two categories: video and two dimensional (2-D).
Community members are invited to produce up to a 5 minute video that shows the importance of energy efficiency in our community.
The video contest is a Juried Video Competition with two judging categories; student and community. A $500 Downtown Traverse City gift certificate will be awarded to the top winner in each category. The award winning videographers will also receive an engraved medal, accolades at the awards ceremony and a prominent place in TCL&P communications.
For additional details on eligibility and how to enter the video contest, view the Contest Rules and Entry Form here.
TCL&P is challenging area students to brainstorm and create a 2-D work of art that displays the importance of energy efficiency in our community.
The 2-D contest is a Juried Art Competition open to art class student’s grades 6-12. One $500 sponsorship will be awarded to each grade level. The award winning student will earn a $400 class sponsorship to support supplies and curriculum. The student will personally receive an engraved medal, accolades at the awards ceremony and a prominent place in TCL&P communications. The teachers of the award winning students will be honored and thanked for their contribution with a $100 Downtown Traverse City gift certificate.
For additional details on eligibility and how to enter the 2-D contest, view the Contest Rules and Entry Form here.
Submissions were due by March 23, 2012.
For questions email us at: email@example.com.