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The Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum is running a contest seeking the best wine label design for a 2O1O special commemorative limited edition blend to be released by Truro Vineyards in May 2O1O.  All artwork should include imagery or reference the Pilgrim Monument which will be celebrating the 1OOth anniversary of the completion and dedication on August 5, 2O1O.  

Submissions should be made by email only and will be accepted until September 3O, 2OO9.  The winner will be announced and original artwork unveiled at the Annual Lighting of the Pilgrim Monument on November 26.  First prize is $1OOO as well as the artist’s recognition on the label. 

The jury will include James Bakker, Executive Director of the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum; Elizabeth Ives Hunter, Executive Director of the Cape Cod Museum of Art; Christine McCarthy, Executive Director of the Provincetown Art Association and Museum; Margaret Murphy, Executive Director of the Fine Arts Work Center; Dave Roberts, General Manager of Truro Vineyards; and William Stover, Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

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Details Please send a PDF file or JPEG (email image size-W:252px H:36Opx @ 72dpi jpg) to  Be sure to include a short bio, including name, address and phone number with your entry.
For more information, contact  Artwork should not exceed 14”x14” keeping in mind that the label on the bottle will be no larger than 3” wide x 5” high or smaller than 3”x3”.  Other labels can be viewed on the Truro Vineyards website,

Winning artwork will become part of the PMPM collection, used on the wine labels, for national marketing and distribution as well as other prints, cards and other items for sale in the museum store.  The artist will sign over all reproduction rights for the artwork to the Cape Cod Pilgrim Memorial Association dba Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum.  The CCPMA also reserves the right to photograph and reproduce any artwork accepted in the competition in catalogues, posters, publications, and publicity.  Each artist assents to this condition.

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