January 13, 2017

Winning Design Selected in Poster Competition for Wheaton Arts Parade

Garrett Goltz, a senior at Winston Churchill High School won the prize for the winning design in the Wheaton Arts Parade poster competition. The faculty at Albert Einstein High School, Visual and Performing Arts Academy selected Goltz’s design from entries from multiple Montgomery County Public High School students.

The design will be featured on parade posters, programs, banners and other marketing materials. The design captures the parade theme, "Parade the Triangle," and how the parade will bring Wheaton's diverse citizens, cultures, and commerce together to celebrate visual and performing arts. Wheaton is one of three Maryland Arts & Entertainment Districts in Montgomery County.

The parade and arts festival is scheduled to take place in Wheaton on September 24. Information about the parade can be found on website.