SIA seeks recycled art for local exhibit

LAFAYETTE, Ind. -– In celebration of its 5th Anniversary of achieving zero landfill status, Subaru of Indiana Automotive (SIA) will be presenting a recycled art exhibit to be displayed May 1 through May 15 at the SIA Training and Reception Center.

On May 4, 2004, SIA became the first US Auto Assembly Plant to achieve zero landfill status.

On May 4, 2004, SIA became the first US Auto Assembly Plant to achieve zero landfill status.

SIA invites the entire community to submit art pieces for the exhibit in three categories including youth, adult and professional. The majority of the materials used in the artwork should be recycled materials. Art pieces should be submitted by the artist no later than 5:00 PM on Thursday, April 30. Ribbons will be awarded on May 4 during the SIA Excellence in Environmental Stewardship Award Ceremony.

“What started out as an idea for a more environmentally-friendly choice of decorations for our Zero Landfill Anniversary celebration has become an outlet for creativity and a showcase for recycled art”, stated SIA Corporate Communication Group Leader, Jennifer McGarvey, “This is an opportunity for artists of every age and level to transform everyday items around them into beautiful works of art.”

For more information or to submit an entry form, visit www.subaru-sia.com.

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