Teen Artists for Social Justice
Teen Artists for Social Justice Poster Contest
We are inviting all Chatham youth in Grades 6 to 12 to design a poster that we can put up in the library and other local venues that choose to promote inclusion and acceptance.
What We’re Looking For:
- An eye-catching poster design to promote social justice and inclusion that adheres to the contest rules below.
- A positive message that lets viewers know that the place they are entering (library or business) is a safe space for those coping with the consequences of social injustice.
- Original content and creativity. From abstract art to realistic sketches, digital art to photography, you are free to interpret the theme as you wish.
What You’ll Win:
- Notoriety – The top three designs will be printed on the library’s large format printer and displayed in the library and around town.
- The top three designs will also be printed on t-shirts for the winners.
- First place winner will receive a Speedball Advanced All-in-One Fabric Screen Printing Kit
We will be contacting everyone shortly regarding the prizes.
Since we have 4 entries, all will be printed at 11×17 size
- By submitting the entry form, the artist (and/or artist’s parent/guardian) grants permission for the Library to display, photograph, and reproduce the submitted work for publicity purposes.
- “School appropriate” means artwork that contains inappropriate content, including but not limited to profanity, vulgarity, excessive violence, drug or alcohol use or material considered offensive to any religious or ethnic groups, gender or physically or mentally challenged persons will be disqualified.