Stand Against Bullying Art Contest Submission Form
Art Contest Information
All submissions will be mentioned and included in a brochure highlighting each submission and allowing space for each artist to explain the background and intention(s) of their piece. A select number of submissions will be chosen by a jury of faculty, staff, and students to be displayed for several weeks before "Making it Better: Naming and Resisting Bullying in Families, Schools, and Communities," the 2nd annual Emerging Scholars Conference, sponsored by the College of Educational Studies, School of Law, and Dodge College of Film & Media Arts. Selected artists will also be invited to narrate their art at a community event associated with the conference, to be hosted at Chapman University in Fall 2012.
Guidelines for selection:
• Relationship to theme
• Clarity of message
• Quality of artistic expression
How to Submit Art:
Please submit all artwork to Justin Koppelman, Program Coordinator for Student Civic Engagement, in Argyros Forum 303. Art can be submitted to the AF 303 front desk; electronic media can be submitted via email to email@example.com.