2023 Taxi Art Contest
The EDAWN Foundation and Washoe County School District K-12 schools partner for the eighth year in the Taxi Art Contest. This year, nine $500 checks will be awarded to three finalists in each category: Elementary, Middle, and High School. In addition, the first-place winner in each category will have their designs displayed on local taxis for a year!
Artwork Theme: Northern Nevada Is a Great Place to Live
Every year more than 4 million visitors come to the Reno-Sparks region for vacation, business, family fun, and much more. With so much to see and do here, we want everyone to know why Northern Nevada is a great place to live. The students use their creativity and imagination to illustrate this theme in their own artwork and we are excited to see this year’s new taxi wrap design entries.
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2022 Taxi Art Contest Winners
Congratulations to all the students who participated in last year’s competition and special recognition to the following first-place winning schools and student artists. (Click here to see the six runners-up winners.)
Dominique Miller – Academy of Arts, Careers & Technology High School
Cooper Sandoval – Mount Rose K-8 School (kindergarten through 8th grade)
Zariah Frantz – Anderson Elementary School
About the Foundation and Initiatives
The EDAWN Foundation is a private, non-profit 501c3, founded by the EDAWN Board. It’s purpose is to create awareness and educate visitors, businesses travelers and the community about our region’s economic development, business growth opportunities, and the quality of life in Greater Reno-Sparks. Since its inception in 2013, the Foundation has focused its efforts on initiatives that enhance our image as a family-friendly community.
EDAWN Foundation Board Members:
- Mike Kazmierski
- Rae McElroy
- Annie Zucker
- Margaret Friedrichs
- Megan Downs
- Nancy Fennell
- Mark Salinas
- Richard Jay