Artists wanted to create 125th collectible items

The district is looking to work with local producers of all types to create and sell special collections of 125th anniversary items.

The District of Mission is seeking people with creative talents.

If you make something unique or special and are looking to showcase your work, then this might be the right opportunity for you.

The district is looking to work with local producers of all types to create and sell special collections of 125th anniversary items.

The goal is to support the local community by bringing together collections of items specifically created to recognize 125 years of arts, culture, and heritage – and to promote those items and your work through the anniversary this summer.

From fine art to crafts and hard goods to media, bring your pitch on what you’d create to recognize Mission’s 125 years.

Whether you retail it yourself or want to work with the district and partnered retailers, staff are interested in showcasing your talent.

Find all the details in the district’s call for expressions of interest at bids.mission.ca.

The deadline to get involved is March 16.

 

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