Teaching Award 


Teachers will receive Teaching Award if more than 5 of his/her students’ work got into final round of Competition.  And certificate will be awarded to each teacher. List of Teaching Award will be published in the international media including ABC, NBC, CBS, Ifeng etc.


Thank you for participating “Our World, Our Future”
 2018-19 California International Student Art Contest, The artwork submission window is now closed, but we hope to see you again next year!


Final Result shall be announced before 05/31/2019.

Group Award 


Each group will receive a Grand Prize, First Place, Second Place, Third Place and Honorable Mention if more than 200, 100, 50 ,20 student submit their work online. And certificate will be awarded to each organization. List of Group Award will be published in the international media including ABC, NBC, CBS, Ifeng etc.


Host​   

Contact Us

Email: artsforfuture@gmail.com


​Phone: (510) 556-3969 



Preliminary Judging Round 


Submit an online entry form with a digital photo of your work by Nov 30, 2018.

Once your artwork is completed, you will take a good digital picture of it to submit by email at the time you submit your online entry form. Do not send your original artwork for the preliminary judging round. A team of judges will review all entries and select finalists in each age category and each artwork category. Finalists will be contacted in 30 days after submission via email.


Contest Invitation

Arts for The Future is inviting students from all over the world to use their talents, imagination, and creativity to create original artwork “Our World, Our Future”.  2018-19 California International Student Art Contest is launched by 501C3 Non-Profit Organization Arts for The Future and Peninsula Museum of Art. Organized by Innovative Bay.​

Theme

Our World, Our Future


Requirement 


Participants’ artwork must be original.

Art can represent the following mediums: drawing and painting (i.e., pencil, charcoal, pastels, colored pencils, oil paints, acrylics, water media, mixed media) and photography.

Students give permission to Arts For Future to exhibit, reproduce, copy and print artwork for the purpose of promoting and publishing.


Submitting Entries 


Entry Deadline : Nov 30, 2018

Entries must be submitted electronically at Arts for The Future. Students may submit up to 2 pieces.

Artwork must be submitted in .jpg or .png format. File naming convention: Lastname_FirstInitial_Title.jpg (example: Smith_Jone_Dream.jpg)

Artwork should be flat and created  (in inches) not exceed 11″×17″ (29.7 cm ×42 cm).

International Media

Organizer​​           

Support 

Judging

The art will be judged on four primary artistic elements:

Creativity       (25%)

Skill / ability   (25%)

Color             (25%)

Expression    (25%)

Awards & Honors

Grand Prize, First Place, Second Place, Third Place and Honorable Mention in each age group will receive a certificate.

Grand Prize, First Place, Second Place work will be showed in art exhibition in Google San Francisco and Peninsula Museum of Art and be published in the international media including ABC, NBC, CBS, Ifeng, Sina, Sohu etc.

Eligibility 

Calling Artists: K-12

Group 1 (Age 6 and under)  

Group 2 (Age 7-12)

Group 3 (Age 13-17)



​​​​ ARTS FOR THE FUTURE

Finalist Judging Round 

If your artwork is selected as a finalist, you will be contacted after submission and invited to deliver to us (mail to our headquarter) your original artwork for the final judging round.


​Arts for The Future

Mailing Address:  39120 Argonaut Way #756, Fremont, CA 94538


​If your artwork is selected as a finalist, please send a fee of $15 (US dollar) to us for certificate shipping.  You will be contacted via emails with more details.



Finalists’ artwork delivery deadline: Feb 28, 2019

All finalists’ original artwork pieces will be a collection to Arts for The Future and will not be returned to the students.


Note: The expense of getting the original artwork to the judging location is the responsibility of the finalists.