MULTIMEDIA Submission Guidelines. Follow the checklist below to ensure a
Definition of multimedia: An artistic submission that is viewed or listened to in a
limited number of minutes (5 minute limit for this contest). It has a beginning and an
end. The use of media, such as movies, music, lighting, animation, and the Internet, as
for education or entertainment. Text and/or other forms of artistic
expression/communication may be incorporated into an audio/visual presentation.
Entries must relate to the contest theme and include content about the
Only one entry per student will be accepted. Students submitting
more than one entry will be disqualified.
Entries must be accompanied by a completed entry
Collaborative entries are limited to no more than three (3)
participants. Each participant must complete and submit a separate entry
Each entry must have a title that is relevant to the composition
in the entry form.
Entries must be accompanied by an Artist Statement. Artists
Statements should list the media used and describe the intent of the artwork. Statements
may not exceed 100 words. Statements are entered with the online entry
form and do not include citation information.
Format: CD-ROM or DVD formats only. Magnetic media such as VHS,
audio cassette or floppy disks will not be accepted
The total viewing time (including any featured links) may be no longer than 5 minutes.
Audio-only entries must be submitted with a printed script on
paper and/or in digital format.
Submit a copy of the entry. The artist or teacher should keep the
All copyright-protected sources must be cited. This includes
books, magazines, web sites, and works of art, among others. Citations must be submitted
typed with Artist Name and Title on 8 1/2 x 11 paper and submitted with the artwork.
Submit entry with all information enclosed in a large envelope
with your name, School, and Title of Entry on the outside of the envelope.
Winners will be chosen based on interpretation of the contest theme, technique and
originality. Lighting, video, audio quality and use of space and pacing will also be
considered. (See rubrics.)
For research assistance see resources.
Multimedia Entry Drop Off
See submission instructions
Most common reasons for disqualification
All entries are due by January 25, 2013