Gleaner

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Holiday wish list and cover art

November 11th, 2010 · No Comments

Every holiday edition, the Gleaner features community and holiday-themed artwork on our cover.  We are also continuing a new tradition that we started last year, where we are soliciting holiday wishes from the community, for the community.

Here are the stipulations:

For artwork:

-We are looking for two pieces of artwork to feature on our covers, one for our Annex edition and one for our Liberty edition.

Bonus points if you are an artist from the area or the art features something from the area.

-The artwork will take up the full cover of the Gleaner, fitting into a 10 inch by 10 inch space. Please submit in a jpeg, or psd format. It must be at least 300 dpi.

And wishes:

-We are seeking an infinite number of wishes. They can be whimsical or practical. They can be personal, political, or community related. Past wishes have included everything from “I wish there was a hot dog stand in the Annex,” to resurrecting a beloved tree that was cut down, to starting a community gardening club.

-While we want world peace just as much as everyone else, please try and keep your wishes local.
– Wishes must be between one and 250 words. Visual interpretations of wishes are also welcome.

Please submit your wishlist or artwork to gleanereditor@gmail.com by Nov. 25 at the stroke of midnight; include your name, and either your professional title or the street that you live on. We reserve the right to edit wishes for space, spelling and grammar.

We really hope you all can take part! Tell your neighbours and friends!

REMEMBER Wishes and artwork by Nov. 25!

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