Indian flute festival’s poster contest seeks submissions

Flute fest

Suzanne Tuzzeo designed the 2012 Musical Echoes poster, which incorporated the buffalo totem.

Special to the News Bulletin
Published: Thursday, October 10, 2013 at 04:32 PM.

NICEVILLE — Artists who submit designs for the Musical Echoes Flute Festival’s annual poster competition have a chance to win $200. Submissions are due Jan. 11, 2014.

Musical Echoes chose for its annual totem, or symbol, a hummingbird, symbolizing peace, love and joy, and devotion, permanence and eternity. 

The Indian flute must be the poster’s primary feature; the hummingbird also must be present. The winning design will be displayed at the festival and used on  promotional materials.

Musical Echoes, the largest Indian flute festival in America, provides free family fun including award-winning musical performances and traditional Native American dance.

The 2014 festival is April 25-27 at Fort Walton Beach Landing.


WHAT: Native American Flute Festival poster design competition

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