MUSYCA invites entries for its annual Art Competition.
The contest is open for Children and Youth, ages 5-18.
This year's theme is "Greetings from Spain".
In response to COVID-19 we are accepting email submissions this year. Please email us a photo of your work.
Art submission deadline is extended to May 1, 2020.
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Artists submitting flat artwork may use any type of drawing tool, pastel, paint, or collage. Heavier weight papers or illustration board are preferred, as thinner papers are more likely to be damaged. If the finished artwork is easily smudged, please affix a cover sheet to protect it.
Framing and Labeling
All artwork is to be submitted unframed and unsigned. Your artwork will be assigned a number which the judges will use to identify it.
All artwork must clearly depict an image that evokes an association with Spanish architecture, landscape, fashion, music, culture, etc.
Selected works will be chosen to be made into the set of postcards. Due to COVID-19, all works will be displayed online and at MUSYCA’s next concert, TBA. All artists will receive Certificates of Participation and will have an opportunity to participate in the art masterclass.
All artwork must be submitted with a completed registration form and Entry fee of $20.00 per piece by May 1, 2020 to: MUSYCA, 10110 Melinda Way #5, Northridge CA 91325. Please make checks payable to MUSYCA.
Copyright and Reproduction
All works entered into the competition must be original. By submitting artwork entries into the competition, participants grant MUSYCA the right to exhibit and reproduce the submitted entries.
A committee of judges will select the winners based on originality, clarity, quality of execution, and relevance to the theme, "Greetings from Spain".
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
I strongly recommend this competition to anyone who has a passion in the arts. For the past two years, I have had the honor to be one of the judges. It is always such an inspiring experience filled with impressive artistic talents. Bravo to Dr. Anna Krendel for organizing this meaningful event!
— Vida Liu, Artist / Art Professor, CSU Northridge