Description + Regulations
Art (display) provides recognition for each student’s contribution. All artwork must be original designs (nothing copied from magazines, cards, pre-packaged craft projects, etc.), and students are free to choose any art medium (2D, 3D, digital, graphic design, etc.). Each contribution must also include an identification label with the artist’s name, grade level, school, and city.
To give judges plenty of time to evaluate each piece of artwork, schools must submit their artwork to Concordia University Irvine no later than January 11th. The art will be on display via monitors on all three campuses (Concordia University Irvine, Crean Lutheran High School, and Orange Lutheran High School) throughout the tournament. *Artworks receiving special awards will be notified by email. Artwork receiving special awards can be delivered to CUI on Friday, February 18 and will be displayed in the Concordia University Gallery. The artwork should be picked up at the closing ceremony on Sunday, February 20.
A ribbon along with comments will be given for each submitted piece of artwork that is received by the January 11th deadline. Acknowledgement of the art (display) will be made at the Closing Ceremony on February 20, 2022.
How to Participate
Each school will photograph and email every art entry individually to [email protected] by January 11, 2022. The email should include the medium and dimensions of the art piece. Please observe the limit of 15 total pieces of artwork per school, one piece of art per student. The identification information should be included below the bottom right corner of the photo of the art piece, and also in the email submission. The attached photo must also be labeled with the artist’s name, grade level, school, and city (i.e. ryansmith_5_stjohns_orange.jpg). JPEG or PNG file format only. A ribbon along with comments will be given for each submitted piece of artwork that is received by the January 11th deadline.