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Denver Office of Cultural Affairs wants your Civic Center snap judgments

This summer the Biennial of the Americas has made Civic Center Park the epicenter of, if not the world, at least the Western Hemisphere. And now the Denver Office of Cultural Affairs wants your snap judgments of the action there.

Enter current photos of all the park in the Civic Centric Contest, and you could win prizes ranging from Film on the Rocks tickets to entrance to other arts events to your very own miniature bear. You can also win by rating photos posted on the site.

The deadline is August 1; you can submit up to five photos. For the rest of the rules, go to DenverArtsInteractive.org.

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