Deadline extended: Cal-IPC INVASIVE PLANT ART CONTEST
Updated: Jun 7, 2022
Extended Deadline to submit a photo of your art: Nov 1st, 2022.
The Cal-IPC student section is thrilled to be hosting our first ever invasive species art contest for undergraduate and graduate students! We are selecting 3 1st place winners for the following categories:
1) Drawing & Painting
3) 3D Art & Sculpture
The deadline to submit is May 10th, 2022 so you have plenty of time to work on your art! We are looking forward to reviewing your beautiful art with us. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to email us CALIPCSTUDENTS@GMAIL.COM.
HOW TO ENTER:
Email a PDF or JPEG of your original art to CALIPCSTUDENTS@GMAIL.EDU
What to include in the email:
1. Your name
2. Student Status: Undergraduate (Community college or 4 year), or graduate
3. College you are affiliated with.
4. Attachment of your art submission
Please make sure to read the guidelines and rules for the art contest below.
Art Contest Rules & Guidelines:
The following are the rules for entering the California Invasive Species Council Invasive Plant Art Contest.
The art must be focused on invasive PLANTS.
Applicants must be current undergraduate or graduate students at an accredited institution.
All art submissions must be original art, created by the person submitting an entry for the contest, not a copy of another person's art.
If you have previously submitted a photo to the annual Cal-IPC symposium photo contest and have won, the same photo cannot be entered in this contest. However, previous winners can still submit new content.
Winners will be announced by the end of May, 2022.
Anyone whose art was submitted, but were not chosen as a winner will receive an email notification with the results of the competition.
The Cal-IPC student board members will be judging the art contest, looking for creativity, uniqueness, and originality.
By entering this art contest, you are granting Cal-IPC authority to showcase your artwork on our website (with full credit to the artist). If you prefer that your art not be shared on our website, please make sure to let us know when you submit your entry via email.