“Pandora” by Penelope (Penny) M., 1st Place, Middle School Original Artwork (2019)
Entry Rules & Guidelines
Please make sure your entry follows the guidelines for its category. If not, your entry may be disqualified.
- Must be an original artwork that combines drawing, pictures (and words if you wish) to express the contest theme.
- Materials used may include pencil, ink, charcoal, crayon, markers, pastel, paint, mixed media, collage, graphic design or similar 2D media.
- Scanning your physical artwork (a painting, drawing, etc.) will give us the best image quality. If you don’t have access to a scanner, it’s okay to take a picture of it (just make sure the room is well lit and the photo is not blurry).
- Please include a description with your artwork.
- Artwork cannot show depictions of nudity, blood, or violence.
- Must be a story, essay or poem based on the contest theme and no longer than 300 words.
- Must be typed or, if handwritten, must be legible.
- Ask an adult to review spelling and grammar for errors prior to submission.
- Photos cannot show a person’s face and/or a depiction of nudity or violence.
- Please include a description with your photo.
- Please submit your photo in a high resolution format.
For individual entries, use our official online entry form below.
Note: An artist may submit multiple entries.
Combine each artist’s entry form and artwork into a single PDF file. For example, John Smith’s entry form and artwork are in one file.
Label file names with the name of the artist to make them identifiable. For example, John Smith’s artwork file is named “John-Smith-art.pdf” and his entry form “John-Smith-entry-form.pdf”.
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