Oaklandish, East Bay EDA, East Bay Broadband Consortium and Oakland Technology Exchange West have joined forces for an innovative art contest happening in April!
The contest’s details and rules can be found here, as well as below.
Purpose: The creation visual art or communications that shows innovation in the East Bay.
Who Can Compete?: Any Middle School or High School student who resides and attends school in either Alameda or Contra Costa counties. Artists aged 18-21 may submit artwork as long as they live in the counties mentioned above.
Artwork: Artwork must communicate the theme: What does innovation in the East Bay look like to you? The artwork must be computer generated, contain a maximum of 5 colors and be minimum 300dpi at print size or vector artwork.
Submission Details: All artwork must be submitted to Lianna Adauto (lianna@EastBayEDA.org) by 4:00pm on Friday, April 22nd, 2016. Additionally, all artist need to fill out the Artist Profile and Agreement form. Once submitted, the artwork becomes property of East Bay EDA.
Awards: All submission will be judged by an East Bay EDA chosen panel. There will be six winners, one per age group per county, who will be notified by the end of April, 2016. Each winner will receive a refurbished laptop (courtesy of OTX West and the East Bay Broadband Consortium.) Select winner may be reproduced on products by Oaklandish and East Bay EDA.
To learn more about the contest go to www.EastBayEDA.org
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