Sustainability Open House 2010 and Trash Sculpture Competition
Explore the latest campus and community initiatives - November 16, 3-7 pm
The Open House will introduce members of the University and surrounding communities to the latest green campus and local initiatives. In addition to community participants from a wide array of non-profit, government, and business organizations, participating will be representatives from Princeton University’s Sustainability Working Groups, academic and research programs, student initiatives, and campus programs. An electric and low-emission vehicle display, and a Trash Sculpture Contest will also be featured. In addition, there will be an electronics recycling collection station. Our 2008 Open House attracted more than 900 visitors, and we anticipate high attendance at this year’s event as well.
Event: Princeton University’s Sustainability Open House 2010
Date: Tuesday, November 16
Time: 3 to 7 p.m.
Location: Chancellor Green (see map)
Open to the public
Trash Sculpture Contest
All Campus and Community Members Eligible to Submit Works
Members of the campus and area communities are invited to take artistic license with their recyclables by entering a Trash Sculpture Contest sponsored by Princeton University's Office of Sustainability.
Those planning to enter should respond by Friday, Oct. 1. Entries are due Monday, Nov. 2, and finalists will be showcased at the University's Sustainability Open House on Tuesday, Nov. 16.
All artwork must be submitted by teams, which must include at least one child (12 years old or younger) and at least one adult (18 years old or older). There is no limit on the size of a team.
Entries must be made of materials that would have been discarded or recycled. Only adhesive materials or fastening devices do not need to be trash. Artwork must be freestanding (or hanging -- for mobiles) and no more than 7 feet tall, 3 feet wide and 3 feet deep.