Update: The awards ceremony won’t be held at the Raymond Spittle Building on March 12, because of the coronavirus situation. The Prince William County Service Authority (PWCSA) will recognize the winners through a release, a video, and in-classroom presentations.
Students interested in participating in this year’s Water Art Invitational only have a few days left to sign up.
Until 4 p.m. on Friday, Prince William County artists may register for the program, which is organized by The Prince William County Service Authority (PWCSA).
The PWCSA is a utility company that runs a wastewater treatment plant in Woodbridge.
It’s hosting the 2020 Water Art Invitational at the Raymond Spittle Building, 4 County Complex Court in Woodbridge, between 6 and 7:30 p.m. on March 12, according to a release from the PWCSA.
Participants may enter computer graphics, drawings, mixed media, paintings or photographs that’s based around the theme “Water Connects Us All.”
Those who have questions may reach out to Audrey Arnold at 703-331-4168 or email email@example.com.
Additional details can be found on the Service Authority’s website.
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