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DALLAS CITYSCAPE Conducts First Competition for Commissioned Sculptures

Whether you are a child or just a child at heart, Galleria Dallas brings a smile of delight as it launches the 2013 DALLAS CITYSCAPE, a toy-themed exhibition fund-raiser for East Dallas Community Schools. DALLAS CITYSCAPE is an engaging and whimsical view of Dallas created by more than 2.5 million toy blocks and other toy-building supplies! Dallas landmarks including: American Airlines Center and Victory Plaza, AT&T Performing Arts District, Trammell Crow Center Crow Collection of Asian Art, Hyatt Reunion Hotel, Reunion Tower and Union Station, Klyde Warren Park, the façade of the Winspear Opera House, East Dallas Community School campus, a 15’ replica of Galleria Dallas and more.

This year DALLAS CITYSCAPE wants you to become a part of the experience by submitting a rendering of the one of three Landmark Sculpture Categories: Reunion Tower, Texas Star Ferris Wheel or Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts.

The winning rendering in each category will receive: up to $500.00 to cover the cost of materials used in the construction of an actual sculpture, a cash prize of $1,000.00 upon completion of the sculpture, recognition in publicity AND the sculpture will become a part of the permanent collection of DALLAS CITYSCAPE at Galleria Dallas.

An individual may enter in one, two, or all three categories. ALL entrants must submit a completed entry form by May 31st, 2013 to Lynn Hatcher at DallasCityScape@gmail.com or 924 Wayne Street, Dallas, TX 75223

In addition to an entry form, a rendering of the applicant’s sculpture and copy of their portfolio must be submitted to 13350 Dallas Parkway, Suite 1610, Dallas, TX 75240 by 9:00 p.m., June 14th, 2013. Entries submitted after that time will not be accepted.

Entry form and complete list of rules at www.dallascityscape.com and click on competition.

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