Utility box art contest opens to North Van students
Have you seen the decorated utility cabinets around the Lower Mainland? Instead of the usual grey, the boxes are wrapped with artwork.
As part of an anti-graffiti program, the City and District of North Vancouver are holding an art contest for drawings and paintings that will be enlarged and put around their utility cabinets.
Artwork for the contest, which is open to elementary and high school students in North Van, should be inspired by the city's natural landscapes, including trees, flowers, the ocean and animals.
For more information visit the District of North Vancouver's website. The contest closes May 15.