Hitachi Student Poster Contest

Ages:Middle School, High School

Type:Submission

Categories:Art, Environment

Scope:Local

This competition has not yet posted any deadlines.

Students should think of a problem in their community and what kind of robot they would design to help overcome that problem. Student posters will provide suggestions, in artwork form, on how their robot would tackle environmental issues, financial issues, food supply issues, healthcare, over-crowding, poverty, safety needs, transportation, unemployment, or any other need their community needs to address. Winning posters will be neat, colorful, and present clearly how your students’ robot concept could improve life in their community.

Students must be in the Los Angeles area in order to participate.

Submit your original artwork reflecting the theme of robots helping in the community (the “Artwork”). Your Artwork must specifically show how robots can make a positive impact in your community. In addition, all Artwork must be created on two-dimensional material that does not exceed 11" x 14" in size. Artwork must use one or more of the following media: painting (watercolor, acrylic, ink, oil or other), drawing and print (silkscreen, lithograph, etc.). All entries must include a copy of an article from the Los Angeles Times print edition or eNewspaper, or other resource(s) used in researching information. Sculptures and other multi-dimensional art pieces are not permitted. No three-dimensional objects may be applied to your Artwork. Information in the Artwork must be factual. Inaccurate information will result in disqualification, regardless of the quality of the Artwork. You must also accurately complete the Official Contest Entry Form (the “Entry Form”), and your parent must sign and date the Entry Form.

A panel of judges from Hitachi, Ltd. will select prize winners by judging the Artwork based on the following criteria: message, creativity, artistry, and originality. Entrants agree that all decisions made by the panel of judges relating to any and all issues related to this Contest are final and binding.
This competition has not yet listed it's awards.

Website: https://nieonline.com/latimes/contests.cfm

Managing Organization: Online Publications Inc.

Contact:
Lori Gage
lori.gage.bd@hitachi.com

Entry Fee: $0

This competition is open to students in Middle School, High School.

This competition has not yet posted any deadlines.

Overview

Students should think of a problem in their community and what kind of robot they would design to help overcome that problem. Student posters will provide suggestions, in artwork form, on how their robot would tackle environmental issues, financial issues, food supply issues, healthcare, over-crowding, poverty, safety needs, transportation, unemployment, or any other need their community needs to address. Winning posters will be neat, colorful, and present clearly how your students’ robot concept could improve life in their community.

Students must be in the Los Angeles area in order to participate.

Process

Submit your original artwork reflecting the theme of robots helping in the community (the “Artwork”). Your Artwork must specifically show how robots can make a positive impact in your community. In addition, all Artwork must be created on two-dimensional material that does not exceed 11" x 14" in size. Artwork must use one or more of the following media: painting (watercolor, acrylic, ink, oil or other), drawing and print (silkscreen, lithograph, etc.). All entries must include a copy of an article from the Los Angeles Times print edition or eNewspaper, or other resource(s) used in researching information. Sculptures and other multi-dimensional art pieces are not permitted. No three-dimensional objects may be applied to your Artwork. Information in the Artwork must be factual. Inaccurate information will result in disqualification, regardless of the quality of the Artwork. You must also accurately complete the Official Contest Entry Form (the “Entry Form”), and your parent must sign and date the Entry Form.

Criteria

A panel of judges from Hitachi, Ltd. will select prize winners by judging the Artwork based on the following criteria: message, creativity, artistry, and originality. Entrants agree that all decisions made by the panel of judges relating to any and all issues related to this Contest are final and binding.

Awards

This competition has not yet listed it's awards.

Participate

Website: https://nieonline.com/latimes/contests.cfm

Managing Organization: Online Publications Inc.

Contact:
Lori Gage
lori.gage.bd@hitachi.com

Entry Fee: $0

This competition is open to students in Middle School, High School.

Deadlines

This competition has not yet posted any deadlines.