Deadline for Submission:
May 10, 2021
“What is COMMUNITY?”
Who can enter?
Central Consolidated School District students currently enrolled in grades K - 12 during the 2020-21 school year.
- 1 winner per grade level, unless there is no submission for a grade level.
- 1 Best in Show.
How will the contest be judged?
Artwork will be judged on artistic merit, originality, creativity, how well the artwork showcases the “What is community?” theme, and its suitability for a wall calendar.
Any other questions?
Download the Entry Package:
Panel of Judges:
A panel of judges will select up to 10 works to be voted upon by the community on Facebook and the CCSD website Wednesday, May 12-Wednesday, May 19, 2021.
Best of Show:
A panel of judges will identify the Best of Show. This image will be used to represent the Graduate Profile. This image will be converted to a digital format.
How artwork should be submitted:
- Traditional Art: Submissions should be 8.5x11 inches. Please do not fold or crease the artwork. The artwork can be most any medium as long as the art is relatively flat. Charcoal and pastel drawings should be sprayed with a fixative. Do not use glitter, sand, wet liquids that can flake off. These are difficult to digitize and may damage the works of other students. Artwork must be in the horizontal or “landscape” position as it best fits the wall calendar’s format. The artwork should be stand-alone artwork; do not include the name of the month, days of the week, or calendar dates into the art itself.
- Digital Art/Photography: Please ensure submissions are either TIFF or JPG. It is highly recommended that all photos be no smaller than 12 Megapixels. The photos need to fit a 9”x12” area and be at least 300 dpi. Artwork in the horizontal or “landscape” position best fits the wall calendar’s format.
Each submission MUST include a signed entry form. Art work should be submitted on or before Monday, May 10, 2021.
How artwork/artist should be identified:
Each entry must include a copy of the 2020-2021 entry form available in this packet, or downloaded here
. The form must be signed by each student-artist and parent/ guardian (if the student is under 18 years old) or teacher acknowledging the student has adhered to the rules of originality and each submission is original according to the guidelines above.
Grant of Rights:
Each Entrant unconditionally assigns and transfers all rights, title, interest, claim, ideas, concepts, copyrighted materials, and trademarks contained in any Entry submitted in the Contest and any and all rights including “moral rights” in any Entry submitted in the Contest to Central Consolidated School District. Entrant unconditionally assigns and transfers to Sponsor all rights, title, interest, and/or claim, which he/she now has, or may in the future have to his/her Entry (including any and all essays submitted by the Entrant). Sponsor has the right to use, assign, modify, edit, adapt, dispose of, and electronically alter Entrant’s Entry, including but not limited to, for moral rights, to appear in promotional and/or commercial materials, as well as to reproduce it, in whole or in part, without compensation or additional consent from Entrant, or any third party.