Mills 50 Main Street is looking for artists to decorate 15 dumpsters

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The City of Orlando and the Mills 50 Main Street District are looking for artists to work with them on their next public art project. Fifteen dumpsters in the district will be transformed into "Art Boxes". Entries are open to all two dimensional artists living in Orange County and then submitted to a judging panel for review. All art must be submitted no later than Friday, April 25. Artwork must include: - A base color on all four sides of the dumpster - "Mills 50" must be featured in the design - An aesthetically pleasing design Submissions can be sent to: Mills 50 Main Street District, 1200 Weber Street, Orlando, FL 32803 or e-mailed director@mills50.org Accepted artists will recieve $100 for materials and a $100 stipend and must finish their work by May 31.

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