Rock Dragon by Heather Wall is part of the current year’s Sculpturewalk. (Submitted)

Call for entries for Castlegar’s Sculpturewalk 2018

Submission deadline for Sculpture walk is Oct. 18.

CASTLEGAR — As voting for this year’s Sculpturewalk People’s Choice winner comes to a close, the organization has put out a call for entries for 2018.

In 2018, Sculpturewalk will kick off on May 5. The application deadline, however, is only a matter of weeks away on Oct. 31, 2017.

The success of the program can be credited for Castlegar earning the trademark The Sculpture Capital of Canada.

Exhibits must be original, outdoor sculptures. They will be displayed year-round in downtown Castlegar. Sculptures are judged and artistic merit prizes are awarded.

The public votes for the People’s Choice winner which is then purchased by the City of Castlegar for its permanent collection.

Applications and guidelines can be found at sculpturewalkcastlegar.com/call-for-entries/.

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