COOKEVILLE— Leadership Putnam is collaborating with Cookeville Regional Charitable Foundation for a winter Upper Cumberland Community Art Contest prioritizing artwork from local children and youth.
The Foundation is seeking images of original, colorful artwork to help beautify and brighten rooms and public spaces for patients, staff and visitors in pediatric areas like the Labor and Delivery Department.
The Foundation needs only a picture of completed artwork, submitted by email to Foundation@crmchealth.org, before Feb. 28, 2022. Artwork itself may be of any media type including, but not limited to, watercolor, oil paint, pencil, markers, etc. There is no need to deliver final artwork, only a high-resolution image of the artwork is necessary to participate.
Preference will be given to artwork from 4th grade through 8th grade students, but anyone is welcome to submit original artwork for consideration. The Art for Healing Committee will select ten youth participant finalists at the end of February, who will each receive a $50 prize and be recognized for their artwork.
For complete project guidelines, visit https://crmchealth.org/foundation.
The Foundation reserves the right to utilize, in perpetuity, any submitted image through this project as art for display or use through stand-alone, groupings, collages, imprints or other components of the Art for Healing Program.
Cookeville Regional Medical Center Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit organization leading the Upper Cumberland in building a healthier community by providing charitable aid for struggling patients, supporting charitable-health community programs and investing in healthcare improvements at CRMC. Learn more about the Foundation at www.CookevilleRegionalCharity.org or call 931-783-2003.