Hello Summer Kids Art Contest on tap through July 8

  • Tuesday, June 8, 2021 3:30pm
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Young artists age 17 and under can submit their artwork showing their favorite summer activity in the Hello Summer Kids Art Contest now through July 8.

Submissions can be drawings, paintings or “whatever your heart desires,” reads a press release. There will be three prizes awarded to the top three winners (watch the Kimball Agency’s Instagram page for prize information).

Artists can enter the contest by posting their artwork to Instagram using #kimballartcontest2021; emailing service@kimballagency.com; or stopping by the Kimball Agency office at 7420 SE 24th St., Suite 1, Mercer Island, or placing it through the mail drop after hours. All submissions must include name, age and a form of contact. Information will be used for contest purposes only.

Voting will take place on the agency’s Instagram Stories on July 9 (@kimballagency) and winners will be announced on July 12 on their Instagram page. Winners must pick up their prizes at the agency office by Aug. 12.

For more information, visit https://www.facebook.com/KimballAgency

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