Wednesday, July 01, 2020 - Friday, July 31, 2020
Artistic expression is a therapeutic way to process our feelings, creativity, and expand our understanding of a changing world. These expressions have the power to uplift and bring meaning to life during these challenging times.
Channel your creativity and produce an artwork exploring your experience of the covid-19 pandemic, and the shelter-in-place orders.
All experience levels welcome! No art supplies necessary. We encourage you to use what you have and have fun with it. You can use the camera in your phone, or cut up magazines, pencil and paper, cardboard and tape, or other found objects around you. Get creative with it.
1st place wins a $25 gift card.
2nd and 3rd runner up will each win a $10 gift card.
Submissions may include:
Fine and Graphic Arts
Sculpture (2′ x 3′ size max)
Poems and Writing (2 page limit, 12pt. font)
Video or Podcast (3 min. max)
Winner will be chosen based on the following categories:
• Creativity and originality
• Artistic composition
• Connection to theme
• Overall impression
Submit entries by Friday, July 31st to Brianna Sendziak at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Along with your submission please include the following information:
Contact information (phone # and/or email)
Title of artwork
For accessibility, if you can, please include image descriptions, and/or captions.
Judges will take into account the constraints that come with the nature of a virtual competition.
• Example: Video submissions will be based on the content of the film, not the production value.
• Example: Photo submissions will be judged on the artistic quality of the image, not the resolution of the JPG.
Winner will be chosen by ILRCSF staff.
One entry per person.
For any questions or assistance, please contact Brianna Sendziak at email@example.com, or 415-543-6222, ext. 1103.
ILRCSF reserves the right to display the images or writings on ILRCSF’s website and social media platforms as well as to promote ILRCSF’s exhibitions, programs, and in promotional and fundraising materials.