Have you ever seen the iconic National Park Posters from the 1930s and ’40s? They were beautiful serigraphed posters originally produced by the Works Progress Administration’s Federal Art Project to promote travel to National Parks. Few of the original prints remain, but the original screens were restored and artists are reproducing those images as posters, stickers, etc. which can be purchased today. Through the WILD Spartanburg Poster Contest, you’ll be able to purchase posters and stickers of your very favorite Spartanburg nature preserves sometime in 2020!
In October, SPACE and the Tyger River Foundation launched the WILD Spartanburg Poster Contest to showcase some of the beautiful natural spaces in Spartanburg while encouraging environmental conservation. This project invites artists from all over Spartanburg County to submit a poster design of one of the following places: