Revelstoke Reflections: New contest connects Revelstoke through creative expression

New art contests highlights Revelstoke's creative response to the COVID-19 crisis, and offers cash prizes to the top entries!

Revelstoke Reflections
Revelstoke Reflections returns with $2,500 in prize money. Photo: Arts Revelstoke

A new creative arts blog hosted on will showcase what Revelstoke artists and creatives are producing during the COVID-19 isolation period, and will feature prizes for selected works.

Revekstoke Reflections, brought to you in partnership with Revelstoke Arts Council and Revelstoke Mountaineer, is an online forum where Revelstokians can share their creativity and enjoy the creations of others.

The contest is open to all residents, and prizes will be awarded in experience categories, including a contest for young artists.

To participate, artists can upload their digital works on, including many multimedia formats such as visual, video, audio and more. The works will then be published on

To submit, please see our submission form via this link, or find it on the right hand sidebar of our homepage at Sorry, no mobile phone uploads currently.

Submissions should be your own original work, or work created in collaboration with others, and must have been created during the coronavirus crisis, from March 15, 2020 onwards only. If you do not own the copyright for the work then do not submit it, work copied from somewhere else is not allowed. Some suggested submissions include:

–Visual artwork
–Book reviews

Thanks for participating in the contest, and good luck! See the contest entry form here.

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