Sustainability Poster Contest Voting Extended

Arts & Culture


Transition Venice’s annual Sustainability Poster contest voting has been extended until April 20 at midnight. Thirty-four students in Madeleine Zubyk’s Venice High School Digital Design classes entered the contest and are vying for the prizes. “The posters are very creative and inspiring”, said Abby Gage of Transition Venice who organized the contest. “The students have done a great job of capturing the theme of the contest which is focused on water. It is not easy to select a favorite.”  The contest winner will be determined by community-wide voting. To see the images and cast a vote go to At the top of the home page, click on the tab “TV/VHS Picture Sustainability PC 2020” and follow the directions. The winners will be announced on Earth Day, April 20, the 50th anniversary of the event. 1st ($100), 2nd ($50) and 3rd ($25) place prizes will be awarded.

Pictured: "Let's Make the Earth a Greener Place" by Mackenzie Viviano winner of last year’s Sustainability Poster Contest.

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