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Doodles and Social Distancing

We want people to be able to have fun while social distancing!

The Arc of Larimer County is holding a design contest for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  We invite you to create a design that can fit on a t-shirt or bag.  Each design should fit the theme  “Larimer County Strong.” We will look at all the designs submitted and pick a winner.  Afterward, we will print the winning design a t-shirt and/or bag and auction them off.  The money raised will help protect the rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Do not put your design on a t-shirt or a bag.  Instead, put it on paper or create it with a computer/ tablet.  Email your design to info@arclc.org.  We have more details below.

How to enter: 
  1. Review the contest rules
  2. Create your design. You can draw your design on paper.  You can make your design on a computer or tablet. Do not put your design on a t-shirt or bag. We cannot accept designs already on a t-shirt or bag.
  3. Email your design to info@arclc.org by June 22nd, 2020 at 8pm.  If your design is drawn on paper, you can scan it or take a picture.  If you have questions, please email info@arclc.org or call 970-204-6991 x20.
Contest Rules: 
  • There are no age limits. All people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Larimer County are welcome to enter!
  • Email a digital version of your design via PDF, JPG, JPEG, or PNG to info@arclc.org by June 22nd, 2020 by 8pm.
  • If you do not have access to a scanner, you can email a photo of your design for now.  We will need a higher-resolution scan if your image is chosen as the winner, but we want everyone to be able to enter.
  • Please include with your entry the artist name, a brief bio of the artist, and the best way to contact you.
  • A note about digital designs: digital designs must be at least 300 DPI.  If you have questions, please contact info@arclc.org.
  • Designs should fit the theme of “Larimer County Strong”
  • Designs can be in any medium – hand drawings, digital design, etc.  Get creative!
  • Designs containing offensive content, copyrighted material, or trademarks will not be considered.
  • By submitting your design, you are agreeing that The Arc of Larimer County can use the material for fundraising purposes.
  • Designs can be collaborative in nature.  This means that multiple artists contribute to the piece.  We did this to make the contest as accessible as possible.  For example, someone with an intellectual and developmental disability can work with a graphic designer to create a digital design. If you have questions, please contact info@arclc.org.