Space Foundation International Student Art Contest

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The 11th Annual Space Foundation International Student Art Contest is now live and open for submissions. Student artists ages 3–18 are invited to participate by creating and submitting original, space-oriented artwork based on this year’s theme.

Eligibility

To be eligible to participate in the contest, you must satisfy the following criteria:

      1. Be eighteen (18) years old or younger; and
      2. Have a teacher or parent/legal guardian who is over eighteen (18) years of age and will provide parental consent to enter the Contest and grant the rights set forth herein.
    • Employees of Sponsor or its affiliates, advertising or promotion agencies, those involved in the production, development, implementation or handling of this Contest, any agents acting for, or on behalf of the above entities, their respective parent companies, officers, directors, subsidiaries, affiliates, service providers, prize suppliers, any other person or entity associated with Contest (collectively “Contest Entities”) and/or members of their immediate families (spouses, children, siblings, parents) and/or persons living in the same household as such persons, whether or not related, are ineligible to enter the Contest.
    • Participation constitutes a full and unconditional agreement to, and acceptance of, these Official Rules. This Contest is subject to, and all Eligible Participants shall comply with, all applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW.

Contest Period

The Contest begins on September 2, 2020. The deadline to submit artwork is December 31, 2020. Sponsor’s time clock (UTC) is the official clock for this Contest.

Entry into the Contest

To enter the Contest, complete the following steps:

      1. For Teacher of an Eligible Participant:
        1. Obtain any necessary approvals from your school’s authorities and administrators. Under no circumstances will Sponsor be liable for Teacher’s failure to consult its school’s authorities and administrators or for failing to obtain the necessary permission(s).
        2. Obtain permission from the Guardian of the Eligible Participant. Under no circumstances will Sponsor be liable for any errors, omissions, or negligence of a Teacher while managing Guardian permissions.
        3. Access the Contest at spacefoundation.org (the “Website”).
        4. Register for the Contest by providing your name and contact information, including e-mail address, and the Eligible Participant’s name, age, and location. Once registered, Teacher may use its registration information and password to enter the Eligible Participant’s submission in the form of artwork (collectively “Entry” or “Entry Information”).
      2. If a Guardian of an Eligible Participant:
        1. Access the Contest Website.
        2. Complete and submit the electronic parental permission form;
        3. Register for the Contest by providing your name and contact information, including e-mail address, and the Eligible Participant’s first name, age, and location. Once registered, the Guardian may use its registration information and password to enter the Entry Information.
  • Limit one (1) entry per Eligible Participant during the Contest Period.
  • The Entry must:
    1. Depict the Eligible Participant’s interpretation of the theme, “How Space Technology Helps Improve Life on Earth”;
    2. Be an original work of art in any of the following media/formats: drawing, painting, mixed-media or digital;
  • Ideally, be of an original artwork size of 18” x 24”, but required to be no smaller than 11” x 17” and no larger than 18”x 24”;
  1. Be uploaded to the Website in high-resolution (300dpi) digital format using either of the file types: jpg or png;
  2. Have a minimum resolution of at least 2400 pixels x 2400 pixels;
  3. Have a maximum size of no more than 10 Mb;
  • Not contain copyrighted material;
  • Not contain threatening, offensive, or abusive material;

For more information, visit the contest website.