Projects may be created either in the 2019-2020 OR 2020-2021 school year.
Only ONE project may be submitted for each category.
E.g. Student Larry submits a watercolor painting created in 19-20, a colored pencil drawing in 20-21, and a small model created in 19-20 but he CANNOT also submit a small model created in 20-21.
Guidelines for Graphic Art Contest Submissions
Students should submit their work as a Google Folder portfolio (max: 12 pieces) and share with email@example.com
The subject of your email should be your OJCL ID# (GRAPHIC ARTS).
In the body of your email, you MUST include your first and last name, current grade,
OJCL ID#, and school. This information will be for the chair of the contest
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The portfolio folder should be titled with the student’s ID number and (GRAPHIC ARTS).
No names (student, teacher or school) should appear anywhere in the portfolio.
Individual pieces within the portfolio should be well-photographed and titled ID# (CATEGORY). Example: 123456789 (CHARCOAL)
Remember to transfer ownership of the Google Folder to firstname.lastname@example.org.
N.B. Projects will be judged by categories as in previous years, however the judging system will be updated to make the process smoother
- Charcoal Drawing
- Colored Pencil Drawing
- Ink Drawing
- Mixed Media
- Oil & Acrylic
- Pencil Drawing
- Photography, Computer Enhanced
-For a photo to be considered Computer Enhanced, it must be changed or edited in a more substantial way than a color tone edit.
- Photography, Traditional
-Color, Black & White, Sepia, and any color tone changes to the photo are included in this category.
- Ceramic Pottery (clay)
- Mosaics, Tile
- Mosaics, Other
- Sculpture, Ceramic (relief or in the round)
- Sculpture, Non-Ceramic (relief or in the round)
- Constructed Charts
- Constructed Maps
- Constructed Posters
- Drawn Charts
- Drawn Maps
- Drawn Posters
- Illustrated Children’s Book
- Illustrated Quotations