Fountain Square to the newly-renovated Washington Park.
Applications are being accepted through Mar. 8 at 5 P.M. from teams and individuals interested in designing and installing large-scale sculptures composed entirely of recycled or recyclable materials.
Twenty-five submissions will be chosen, and sculpture installation will begin April 5.
Cash prizes of $500, $250 and $150 will be awarded on Earth Day, Apr. 22, for first- through third-place projects, respectively – with an additional $100 People's Choice award.
EcoSculpt is presented by Duke Energy and the Johnson Foundation.
Previous reading on BC:
Three-week EcoSculpt a competition, a showcase, and a message (4/16/12)
EcoSculpt 2011 seeking sculptors (2/7/11)
EcoSculpt winners announced (4/27/10)
Earth-conscious EcoSculpt exhibit begins on Fountain Square (4/12/10)