Students ages 14 – 19 are challenged to raise awareness about the dangers of cyberbullying and then take action to promote prevention with their peers and community. Entries must be a new, original visual art that illuminates the significance of combatting cyberbullying created by the entrant. These forms of art can include but are not limited to drawing & illustration, painting, sculpture, graphic design, digital art, coding art & GIFs, mixed media & collage, printmaking, photography, ceramics, fashion & jewelry, data visualization & infographics, and video (30- 60 seconds in length). Entrants can submit up to three digital images of the Entry in the online submission form. Accepted file types include JPEG, PNG, GIF, or PDF. For video uploads, make sure the file type is an MP4, MOV, or WAV, and no larger than 35 MB. It is encouraged to depict different angles or details of your submission, if applicable.
The entry idea generation and execution of the entry must be student-led, conceived by the entrant, and be the sole and original work of the entrant. Only entries submitted through the online submission form will be reviewed for judging. Teams of multiple individuals are allowed, but team members must be denoted in the entry form at the time of entry. All submissions must include a written reflection (250 words or less) that explains the inspiration for the piece and how the Entry effectively conveys a message to combat cyberbullying. Submissions should be high resolution, not crooked, and can easily be viewed. Entrants should include a bibliography (any style) crediting sources and citing any ideas, facts, quotes, or existing media used in your artwork that are not your own. All submissions are eligible for up to 10 hours of community service. A verification form will be provided upon submission of your Public Service Announcement. Submissions are not limited to English alone; Spanish entries are welcome. Other languages would require English translation subtitles to accompany submissions. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.