By Euro Weekly News Media • 16 April 2015 • 15:27
‘RUFUS’: Sculpture by Ostinelli&Priest is the first prize for the fundraising competition.
TEN Costa del Sol dog rescue charities are collaborating with Totem Ceramics pottery school to raise funds for strays and abandoned dogs in May.
Dog-loving adults are invited to visit Totem’s studio near Marbella in May and sculpt a clay dog to run in a fun, unique competition.
Entry fees of €10 each will go entirely to the participating charity of the payer’s choice and give a chance to win some fantastic prizes.
Models will be judged with an emphasis on character, effort and originality, meaning everyone entering has a chance to win regardless of artistic ability.
For more information see www.facebook.com/TotemCeramics or call 952 887 364
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