Students invited to turn in artwork for 'Night of Animation' contest

 

Last updated 2/8/2019 at 4:17am

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CHERRY VALLEY – The Edward-Dean Museum and the Riverside County Library System are offering an opportunity for college and high school students to display animation-based artwork. This event corresponds with the Edward-Dean Exhibition "Enchanted Lines-Story of Animation," opening Feb. 9 thru June 1. It also helps kick off Riverside County Library's "It's Showtime at Your Library!" summer program.

A prize will be awarded, in each of the following categories; animation shorts, concept art, fan art and original character designs.

Artwork must be framed, matted or mounted, no larger than 14 inches by 17 inches or 238 square inches in total. Any medium may be used. Artwork using pastels, charcoal and other non-fixed substances must be properly sealed. Digital animation in a MP4 format on USB drive, with name and contact number. It is limited to five minutes maximum. The museum retains the right to show artworks at their discretion.

Riverside County Employees or their immediate family members are prohibited from receiving any of the contests prizes but may enter the contest.

When handing in artwork, entrants must also return the signed permission slip. Please make sure it contains first and last name, grade, and phone number clearly written on the back of the artwork. Artwork must be delivered to Edward-Dean Museum by May 25, at 5 p.m.


The Edward-Dean Museum is located at 9401 Oak Glen Road, in Cherry Valley. For more information, contact Kathie Dillon at [email protected]

Submitted by the Edward Dean Museum.

 

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