The LA Times in Education Art Contest

Ages:Elementary, Middle School, High School

Type:Submission

Category:Art

Scope:Local

Registration Closes
Mar 31, 2020 12:01am
Africa/Abidjan

As the nation’s second largest city, Los Angeles uses a lot of water and energy. It’s important that we all work together to conserve these vital resources and protect our planet. So we’re calling on all students to submit original artwork illustrating how everyone can do their part.

Each entry must include illustrations of how Los Angeles can conserve water and/or energy. Illustrations must promote conservation tips (examples: shorter showers, turning off lights), depict why conservation is so important, and include an original slogan.

A panel of judges from the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power will select prizewinners by judging the Artwork based on the following criteria: quality of written headline in support of the theme, quality of the artistic concept, implementation of the Artwork, appropriateness of the artwork for poster media, and quality of the artwork in relation to grade level.
This competition has not yet listed it's awards.

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

Managing Organization: The Los Angeles Times

Contact:
Ken Plumb
ken.plumb@latimes.com

Entry Fee: $

Eligibility:
Students in grades 4–12 are eligible to participate and are required to be in a classroom that is enrolled in Times in Education’s “Water, Energy, the Environment and You” program.

Registration Closes
Mar 31, 2020 12:01am
Africa/Abidjan

Overview

As the nation’s second largest city, Los Angeles uses a lot of water and energy. It’s important that we all work together to conserve these vital resources and protect our planet. So we’re calling on all students to submit original artwork illustrating how everyone can do their part.

Process

Each entry must include illustrations of how Los Angeles can conserve water and/or energy. Illustrations must promote conservation tips (examples: shorter showers, turning off lights), depict why conservation is so important, and include an original slogan.

Criteria

A panel of judges from the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power will select prizewinners by judging the Artwork based on the following criteria: quality of written headline in support of the theme, quality of the artistic concept, implementation of the Artwork, appropriateness of the artwork for poster media, and quality of the artwork in relation to grade level.

Awards

This competition has not yet listed it's awards.

Participate

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

Managing Organization: The Los Angeles Times

Contact:
Ken Plumb
ken.plumb@latimes.com

Entry Fee:

Eligibility:
Students in grades 4–12 are eligible to participate and are required to be in a classroom that is enrolled in Times in Education’s “Water, Energy, the Environment and You” program.

Deadlines

Registration Closes
Mar 31, 2020 12:01am
Africa/Abidjan