Contest Deadline Extended
Keep in mind that their reputation is based upon what they publish as a result of contest entries. So, if they extend the deadline in order to obtain better material, is that so wrong? However, if I had entered on time and saw an extended deadline, admittedly, I would interpret that as my work not being acceptable enough. Professionally, however, I see this as the contest not being organized enough to get the word out properly. Just my two cents.
Contest Deadline Extended
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Bummed that you missed the submission deadline for the Student T-shirt Design contest? Not to worry! The American Geophysical Union (AGU) is extending the deadline to 1 September, the same deadline as the Student Video Contest. Both contests are open to AGU student members, and winners of both contests receive free student registration to the 2015 Fall Meeting.
The contest is open to all Wisconsin middle and high school students, including home-schooled students. Essays and cartoons should focus on the importance of the First Amendment. Students are encouraged to draw from personal experiences, current events and historical examples.
First-place winners in each contest will receive $500, second-place winners will receive $250, third-place winners will receive $100 and honorable mention recipients will receive $50. Winning entries also will be published in newspapers across the state.
Due to a large number of requests about preparing the contest video in time Contest moved the deadline for entries to NOVEMBER 15, 2022. The final concert will be taking place at the L'Auditorium di Milano (Milan, Italy) in June 2023 with the Orchestra Sinfonica Giuseppe Verdi di Milano!
Global Underwater Explorers (GUE) along with contest sponsors Halcyon, Fourth Element, Paralenz, Shearwater, Santi, and Divers Alert Network (DAN) are looking for videographers to show off their skills while sharing their passion for the underwater world.
The contest opened on February 5, 2020 and will continue through September 30, 2021. To submit a video, please use the entry form here. Submissions received before or after these dates will not be considered.
The contest is open to all applicants 18 years of age or older at the time of contest entry. Younger creators are welcome to transfer rights to a legal adult who can submit on their behalf, but the prize will be awarded to the name of the legal entrant. Please review all of the rules and regulations of the contest here before submitting a video.
All entries are now due by midnight PDT on April 8, 2022 (following a one-week extension announced March 30). Winners will be announced in May. You must be a JEANC member for your students to enter these contests. To join or renew your membership, go here.
Entries may be submitted online or in person at the Crenshaw/LAX Transit Project Office. All entries must be received by April 8, 2022. Complete contest details and instructions can be found at metro.net/claxartcontest .
The contest will open on June 1 and will close on August 1. Entries must be submitted to email@example.com. Posts will run on the blog in August and September, and we will announce the winners in late September. Finalists will have their papers reviewed by three award-winning historians: Heather Ann Thompson, Tom Sugrueand Richard Harris. The winning blog post will receive $100.
The winning photograph will receive a $200 American Express gift card and will be featured on an upcoming cover of TravelAge West. Second and third place contestants will each receive $100 American Express gift cards and will be featured in an upcoming issue of TravelAge West. Honorable Mention winners will be published in the special issue, as well.
TravelAge West reserves the right to use submitted photos in all formats, including print content, online content, social media content, house advertisements and marketing materials. Entry in the contest does not prohibit the photographer from using submitted photographs for his or her own private and commercial purposes.
The deadline for the DIR Cybersecurity Awareness PSA Competition is now Friday, October 26th. The new deadline will give high school students three extra weeks during CyberSecurity Awareness Month create and submit their cybersecurity PSA for the contest. Teachers, this contest is an excellent opportunity to get your students involved with this vital topic.See original post, below, for details.
Please see -2021/student-paper-contest/#essay-topics for more details about the essay prompts and submission guidelines. Currently enrolled or recently graduated undergraduate students from any discipline are eligible.
Due to classed being moved online, we have extended the submission deadline to April 13th, 2020. We hope many of you will continue to work on your pieces, and we look forward to seeing what you submit!
Students, teachers, and parents/legal guardians are encouraged to visit indyturns.com/youthart to learn more and submit artwork. The deadline for submissions has been extended until Sunday, February 21 at 11:59 p.m. EST.
The deadline for the RethinkWaste annual Trash to Art contest has been extended to May 8 at noon. The contest promotes creating art by using materials that are otherwise disposed of or recycled. Artwork must be composed of 90 percent trash or recyclables collected from home, school and everyday life.
Elementary school students in the 3rd through 5th grades are eligible. Projects must be submitted to the Shoreway Environmental Center at 333 Shoreway Road, San Carlos in addition to a contest submission form, either for the Individual or Class Category.
Summer is here! Why not use the spare time to design a piece of artwork that could be published across the world? The 2016 Lights On Afterschool poster contest has a new deadline: July 15, 2016. Afterschool or summer learning program participants are encouraged to design, craft and submit their work following these submission guidelines before the deadline for a chance to win.
The afterschool or summer learning program home to the winning artist will recieve a set of flavored syrups to make-your-own soda, flavored ice or more, courtesy of Torani! The winning artist will also be featured on our website, blog and a national press release. The 2016 Lights On Afterschool poster contest is also a great opportunity for an afterschool or summer learning program to gain national recognition for the opportunities it offers, as the winning artist's afterschool program will be credited on the poster, too!
The time has come to reveal the official Lights On Afterschool 2022 ! Afterschool Alliance is thrilled to announce the winner of the 2022 Lights On Afterschool poster contest: LEAP afterschool program at PS100x in the Bronx, New York! The winning artwork will be printed on 50,000 posters and sent...
The Office of Sustainability is hosting our very first sticker designing contest for Fill it Forward. With the Fill it Forward app you will be part of a community that is always giving. Contribute to meaningful charitable projects, track your environmental footprint, join community groups, and stay hydrated every time you reuse.
The contest is to design a customized UMN water bottle sticker with our barcode.There are no restrictions for size other than UMN theme - just unlock your creativity! Drawings, painting, digital designing are all accepted. See examples below.
The Kansas Department of Commerce is extending the deadline to participate in the 53rdNCDA Annual Poetry and Art Contest, an initiative of the National Career Development Association, to February 1, 2019
Violence Prevention Grey Bruce has extended the deadline for submissions to the Art for Change Contest. The contest invites students in grades seven through twelve to create art about healthy and unhealthy relationships. The top three submissions in each category will receive cash prizes at an awards ceremony in Owen Sound.
The new contest deadline is April 3rd with the awards ceremony tentatively scheduled for April 30th. May is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and, according to Farmer, a natural time to promote these kinds of conversations. The Art for Change contest is supported by the Community Foundation Grey Bruce and full contest details are available at violencepreventiongreybruce.com.
How to enter: Send no more than two hi-res JPGs of the diorama to kbrowning @denverpost.com by midnight March 18. You must put PEEPS in the subject line. In the e-mail, include your name, age, hometown, daytime phone number and the title of the diorama. By entering the contest, you give Just Born and The Denver Post permission to post winning diorama images on their websites.