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  • Collection Highlights The following presentation of collection highlights was selected by Library staff who have worked closely with the WPA posters. The posters were selected with an eye toward their design, representation of a variety of states and artists, and as a way of featuring those that have not been widely published. These examples demonstrate the breadth and depth of the collection and the styles and...
  • Federal Art Project Calendar This calendar was created by the New York City Poster Division in 1938 to show government officials the skilled artistic work the Federal Art Project was doing for the WPA. The Library's copy of the calendar was a gift from Richard Floethe in 1975.
  • Interview with Tony Velonis In December of 1994, The Library of Congress hosted a symposium on the WPA titled "Amassing 'American Stuff': The New Deal Arts Collections of the Library of Congress." The following interview with master silkscreen printer Anthony (Tony) Velonis took place at that time as one of several in-depth interviews with notable figures of the WPA projects.

2017 POSTER & ESSAY CONTEST WINNERS

 

This Year's Theme: "Litter Bugs Us!"

Litter is trash that was carelessly thrown away and is not disposed of in the proper place. Litter has many sources. Trash that blows or spills from overfilled or uncovered containers can become litter. Animals create litter when they scatter trash from containers and trash bags. People, who drop trash in public places because they think someone else will clean it up or because they cannot find a trash can, create litter.

Elementary School Poster Winners

 1ST PLACE  2ND PLACE  3RD PLACE
  

MAYA SMITH

4th Grade

Traylor Elem. School

 

COLTON ASTORGA

3rd Grade

Park Hill Elem. School

 

YAZMIN SILVA

5th Grade

Swansea Elem. School

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Middle School Poster Winners

1ST PLACE

XITLALI MARTINEZ

7th Grade

West Denver Prep (Lake) School

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Elementary School Essay Winners

 1ST PLACE    2ND PLACE    3RD PLACE
      

LONDYN GARCIA

3rd Grade

Traylor Elem.

School

 

ALICE MARAGARET DYKE

3rd Grade

Academia Anna Marie

Sandoval School

 

SAVANNA M. CARPINELLI

4th Grade

Rocky Mountain Prep

(Creekside)

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Middle School Essay Winners

 1ST PLACE  2ND PLACE  3RD PLACE
  

ADRIANNA RAMIREZ

7th Grade

Cesar Chavez Academy

 

MELISSA QUINTEROS

7th Grade

Cesar Chavez Academy

 

LESLIE LERMA

7th Grade

Cesar Chavez Academy

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POSTER CONTEST

Be creative! Help promote a clean & beautiful Denver. Draw a poster showing bugs or critters helping to keep your neighborhood LITTER free.

  • Artwork must be flat (drawn or painted). 
  • Use materials that will not smear; pens, pencils, paint, etc. 
  • Posters will be judged on originality, creativity and how well the picture relates to the theme - Litter Bugs Us! 
  • Artwork must be submitted on 11"x17" paper with a blank 2" border along the bottom.
  • Keep artwork simple, not too busy! 
  • Posters must include the words “Litter Bugs Us!” and “Keep Denver Beautiful”

ESSAY CONTEST

There are many ways to take pride in your community. You can help by picking up litter and always disposing of trash in the proper trash receptacle. Think about the questions below and write an essay describing how you feel about litter and how YOU can take pride in your neighborhood and keep it clean and litter free. 

Do you see litter anywhere in your city, neighborhood or around your school?
How does it make you feel when you see litter?
What can you do to help prevent litter at your school & in your neighborhood? 

  • Essays must be typed (12 pt. font) or handwritten and submitted on 8.5” x 11” paper. 
  • All essays must be neat & legible. 
  • Essays will be judged on content, clarity, grammar, punctuation and spelling. (double check the spelling for “Beautiful”)
  • Elementary School entries (grades 3 – 5) must be 150 – 250 words long 
  • Middle School entries (grades 6 – 8) must be 300 – 500 words long 
  • Essays MUST include the words “Litter Bugs Us!” and "Keep Denver Beautiful"

PRIZES will be awarded and winning students will be honored at the Keep Denver Beautiful Awards presentation in the spring.

 

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