Visit Frisco recently introduced "The Heart Project," an imaginative competition spotlighting the cherished heart installations of iHeartFrisco scattered throughout the city, ranging from City Hall to The Rail District and beyond.
The iHeartFrisco initiative, originating in 2017, was conceived to narrate the tales of the individuals who contribute to making Frisco a remarkable destination for both tourists and residents, encompassing those who work, live and play in the city.
Local artists are invited to let their creativity shine by submitting their own designs for a new heart installation. The installation will find its new home near the Frisco Public Library, situated within the Frisco Discovery Center. This heart's design theme revolves around art and discovery, aiming to celebrate Frisco's artistic identity and the wellspring of inspiration found within the Frisco Discovery Center, encompassing art, science, history and imagination.
“The iHeartFrisco hearts are popular photo opportunities at local landmarks like Frisco Square, Riders Field, The Rail District, Ruff Range Dog Park and more,” says Cori Powers, Director of Marketing and Communications for Visit Frisco. “The new heart design will showcase a local artist’s perspective of Frisco’s art and innovation to residents and visitors.”
Participants can learn more about the contest rules, download the design specifications, and enter the contest online at visitfrisco.com/heart-contest.
The heart design contest is open Sept. 27 through October 18, 2023, at 5 p.m.