Click on the image above and watch the video for an introduction to this contest. It’s a great source of inspiration and idea generating! (Also, if you scroll down on this link, you will get to the entry form.)
We encourage them to think critically about how their generation has been portrayed by the media and why, and to identify what’s missing in that portrayal.
The NY Times challenges you to take photographs that round out adult stereotypes or misconceptions about Gen Z.
In this contest the NY Times invite teenagers — anyone 13 to 19 years old, from anywhere in the world — to take photographs that depict some aspect of teenage life that you think may be misunderstood, ignored or largely unknown, and, in a short artist’s statement, tell us why.
The NY Times hopes to be able to use some of the winning work in the print Learning section that will come out in early November.
Millstreet Loft : http://millstreetloft.org/product/exposure/
Deadline Feb 10
A full tuition scholarship to the Summer Art Intensive of Mill Street Loft, one $1500 scholarship to Maryland Institute College of Art’s Summer Pre-college program, a number of cash awards and other prizes will be awarded.
NYSMATA Exemplary Awards: http://lowerhudsonregionnysmata.weebly.com/exemplary-awards.html ;
If you are interested in participating in this contest click on the links below to create a login .
click HERE for more information
click HERE for category descriptions
Click HERE to see work from CHSN winners last year
NOTE: After you create the login and upload work, then you will have access to the form that needs to be printed.
Thanks to the Physics department for bringing back the Physics Photo Contest!
Physics students demonstrated their understanding of Physics concepts in one of three categories: contrived, natural or multiples. Students worked in teams to create a visually interesting photograph as well as a description of the physics concept being demonstrated. Photos were then shared with the photography students for peer assessment. Below are some of the favorites. Job well done everybody!
In February, photography students were invited to submit images that were abstract interpretations of everyday objects. This teen contest was developed around an exhibit of Early Soviet Photography, an exhibit that North students had the pleasure of visiting.
We are proud of all of our contest participants: Emanuela Madellana, Jamie Wildman, Brian Huang, Zack Kraushaar, Kathleen Shofield, Katie Adorable, Chloe Albert, Courtney Cullen, Karishma Patel and Nicole Peyton.
And we are super proud of
Emily Millman for winning
1st Place in this contest!!
Enter High Resolution image (300dpi) with a Title, Contact Name, Phone Number and Email Address on this form. All Images must be submitted by Sunday, April 17th. Images will be digitally displayed at Elements Gallery on April 22nd.
WHAT TO ENTER:
We are looking for pictures that celebrate the earth’s beauty. Photos will be judged on originality, technical excellence, composition, and subject matter relevance to the celebration of earth day.
There will be 1 award given to each category.
PEOPLE’S CHOICE (1 WINNER):
Overall winner selected from all the entries that has the highest number of votes received during public voting to be held at Elements Gallery April 22nd, 2016. Voting Starts at starting at 7pm-8pm
*Prize – $250 Full Day Workshop Certificate
YOUNG PHOTOGRAPHER (1 WINNER):
BEST VIBRANT MOMENT OF LIVING IN NATURE, TAKEN BY A PHOTOGRAPHER UNDER 16 YEARS OLD .
*Prize – $175 Young Adult WorkshopCertificate
PEOPLE & NATURE (1 WINNER):
Illustrates the beauty of earth and how people and nature can thrive together on this planet.
* Prize – A Matted 12×18 Print of your piece
This year’s contest theme is “Ending Violence Against Women and Girls.”
The purpose of this contest is to raise awareness and promote communities of peace and respect.
The contest is open to any and all students in grades 9-12 in Rockland County.
There is a $500 grand prize for the winning artist (along with five $100 honorable mentions), and all of the entries will be displayed at a ceremony later in the spring.
In the past the Center has used winning poster contest designs on greeting cards, flyers, t-shirts, etc.
For contest rules and entry form, click here