Addison’s Sustainability Program, in partnership with The Big Design Conference, is looking for local designers/artists to design a piece of art, a model or display depicting the Water Cycle. If chosen, this design could be displayed in Addison’s Learning Center in the base of the new Surveyor Water Tower. This space will be used for public classes, meetings and educational forums. You have a chance to be a part of the innovative spirit of Addison! For more details and to submit your entry, visit the Water Cycle Design Contest site.
What is the Water Cycle?
The water cycle is the continuous movement of water in and around the Earth. Water vapor travels in teh air, gathers in clouds, falls to the Earth (rain, snow, sleet, hail, ice), gathers in bodies of water (streams, lakes, oceans), and evaporates, again. This repeats in a never-ending cycle, as water moves from gas, liquid, and solid. The water cycle is nature’s most complicated design that affects the Earth. Ice carves lakes. Mountains are shaped by rain, snow, and ice. Life depends upon the water cycle.
Winner Announced at Closing Party
The Mayor of Addison will be at the closing party at the Crowne Plaza to announce several community awards and the winner of the Water Cycle Design Contest. The closing party is on Saturday, September 6th at 700PM.