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Read More Who is eligible to participate? Public, private, and homeschooled students enrolled in grades who currently live within the state of Washington excluding Snohomish County are eligible to participate in the WA State Regional Scholastic Awards.
What kinds of work can students submit? Students can submit a wide variety of artwork and writing. View a complete list of the competition categories and their descriptions here. What size should my image be?
Uploaded image should have a print resolution of dpi, with the largest side being printed at 7 inches. This means that your digital image should contain pixels on its longest side.
The actual file size will vary depending on your image but should be around 3MB — 5MB. Note that you do not need higher resolution than dpi. How do judges decide what work is awarded? The Scholastic judge panel uses the following criteria: Originality - Work that breaks from convention, blurs the boundaries between genres, and challenges notions of how a particular concept or emotion can be expressed.
Technical Skill - Work that uses technique to advance an original perspective or a personal vision or voice, and show skills being utilized to create something unique, powerful, and innovative.
Emergence of Personal Voice or Vision - Work with an authentic and unique point of view and style. Additionally, judges are not privy to any personal information about students during the adjudication process, and choose winners blindly. Are there any prompts or specific subjects the work must adhere to?
Young artists and writers are free to explore any and all topics. There are no pre-defined prompts and no work is ever disqualified from the Scholastic Awards because of the nature of its content.
Can work be submitted as group collaboration?
Collaborative submissions are allowed for the following categories: All collaborators must meet all eligibility criteria grades 7—12 and enrolled in public, private, parochial, home school, or out of school program in the United States, U.
One team member completes registration for the entire group up to 5 collaborators total. If the artwork receives recognition in the Awards, each collaborator receives an individual Scholastic Award. If a collaborator is not included in the registration, they will not be recognized.
Can I enter in more than one category? Yes, you may submit works in as many different categories as you want.
However, do not submit the same work in multiple categories. Read the category descriptions and determine in which single category a particular piece belongs. Seniors can include works in both the portfolio categories and individual categories. Students must register the work as part of their portfolio AND in an individual category if they would like it to be considered in both places.
Can I submit to both art and writing? Yes, you can submit to both art and writing. Yes, one educator must sign your submission forms.
You may get the signature of an adult familiar with you and your work, including a teacher, tutor, out of school instructor, program director, guidance counselor, department head, administrator, or principal.
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