OMAHA – Nebraska Arts Council (NAC) is looking for artists to design a new Nebraska license plate. Proceeds from the license plate will benefit the “Support the Arts” program. This program was made possible with the passing of Legislative Bill (LB) 942. Omaha Senator Megan Hunt introduced the bill. LB 942 allows the “Support the Arts” program to give their proceeds toward Creative Districts throughout Nebraska.
NAC wants Nebraskan artists to express their abilities in a way that helps the community. They are looking for a license plate that is unique and exciting.
With the legislative session resuming late, time is running out to submit a design. Monday, August 31, is the deadline for submission. The winning artist will receive $500. Along with the money award, bragging rights are on the line because their design will be sported on cars across the state of Nebraska.
For information about the project, design requirements, and the submission process, visit this link: Support the Arts License Plate.