Carrousel of the Nations 2020
Carrousel Artwork Competition
The Multicultural Council of Windsor and Essex County and Carrousel of the Nations
are excited to call on our community to help create the look of Carrousel 2020.
To celebrate the 45th year of Carrousel, we invite artists and illustrators from across
Windsor and Essex County to submit designs that capture the spirit of Carrousel of the
Nations and that to put into imagery the theme for 2020;
Your Passport to the World
One winner will be selected to work with the Carrousel and MCC staff to create the
visual design for all of this year’s posters, advertising, and more.
- The Carrousel Artwork Competition is open to all residents of Windsor-Essex.
- The Carrousel Artwork Competition is open to both individuals and groups.
- The Carrousel Artwork Competition winner will be chosen by the staff of the
Multicultural Council and the organizers of Carrousel of the Nations.
- The Carrousel Artwork Competition winner will work with the staff of the
Multicultural Council and the organizers of Carrousel of the Nation to develop the
final graphic elements.
- The Carrousel Artwork Competition winner will receive a $1000 honorarium for
their efforts in support of Carrousel of the Nations.
- Submissions for the Carrousel Artwork Competition will be accepted until
Sunday, March 9, 2020.
- All entries must include a completed application form and a high resolution
electronic version of the artwork being submitted.
- All submissions must be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Please note there is a 25MB limit on submissions.
Vote Carrousel for TWEPI’s Best of Awards
Help recognize one of the longest running cultural festivals in Ontario by voting for Carrousel of the Nations.
Carrousel has been nominated in three categories, including best Local Festival Family & Fairs, best Local Festival Food & Drink and Best Local Festival Music.
Vote for Carrousel now at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BKCDSN8.
Voting ends Sunday February 23 at 11:59 pm.
Thank you Warden Gary McNamara and all our partners for joining us for today’s second annual Canadian Multiculturalism Day group photo. Canada is a country with multiculturalism at its core. We are a nation built on respect and cooperation, enriched by diversity and equality. The MCC is proud to showcase our community’s appreciation for unity, diversity and harmony.
Special thanks to Windsor Police Service for making this photo possible!