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Calling All Artists To Paint ‘Plein Air’ At Kaleidoscope
COQUITLAM, BC, July 11, 2016 – Emerging and professional artists are invited to participate in a unique Plein Air competition at Kaleidoscope, Coquitlam’s upcoming  music, storytelling and arts festival.
Kaleidoscope festival organizers are inviting up to 20 artists participate in a unique art competition on July 23-24 as follows:
·         select a unique location within the festival site;

·         complete a painting onsite within a three-hour timeframe; and

·         submit your artwork for judging and display throughout the two-day festival.
 Prizes will be awarded for first, second and third place on Saturday, July 23 and a People’s Choice award given at the end of the exhibition on Sunday, July 24. The finished artwork will also be available for sale during the two-day event.
 Interested artists can register via the City’s Sign Me Up page at www.coquitlam.ca/signmeup and enter the barcode#576500. The registration fee is $10 and the deadline is July 19. The event competition is limited to 20 artists.
 Artists are responsible for providing their own materials including canvas, paint, water, brushes, easels, chairs and sun or shade umbrellas plus framing and wires for hanging.
 ‘En plein air’ is a French expression meaning ’in the open air’, and refers to the act of painting outdoors with the subject in full view. Plein air captures the spirit and essence of a landscape or subject by incorporating natural light, colour and movement. More details are available at www.coquitlam125.ca/plein-air.

About Kaleidoscope
Part of the Coquitlam 125 anniversary celebrations, Kaleidoscope is two-day music, storytelling and arts festival that includes headliner bands, local authors and acclaimed storytellers, pop-up theatre, dance performances, a historical scavenger hunt, street art performance, and interactive art opportunities, as well as food trucks, a café, and craft beer.
 More information is available at www.coquitlam125.ca/kaleidoscope.

 About Coquitlam 125
Coquitlam is celebrating its 125th anniversary in 2016 with a year-long celebration that honours the community’s rich history and sets the stage for a dynamic future.
When Coquitlam was incorporated on July 25, 1891, it was a small agricultural community, with a state-of-the-art lumber mill – the future Fraser Mills – under construction near the Fraser River. French Canadians settled in the area in the early 1900s and established Maillardville, the largest Francophone centre west of the Rockies. Today, Coquitlam is home to over 140,000 people from diverse ethnic backgrounds, and over 6,200 businesses.
The Coquitlam 125 Anniversary Steering Task Force (CAST Force) is guided by the Coquitlam 125 vision – Stories told, stories to be created – as it engages the community through meaningful experiences that celebrate our heritage, create strong connections and inspire lasting legacies towards an exciting future.

 For more information, visit www.coquitlam125.ca.