Computer-Based Art Competition
ENTRY INFORMATION
Calgary Schools' Computer Programming Competition
Deadline -- 30th March 1999 -- CLOSED

Participants are encouraged to submit an original work of art created on a computer. Scanned or modified scanned images are not accepted. The focus will be on artwork.  Images with a story or focus with good use of perspective, colour and depth will receive higher ratings than images with just fancy computer graphics. The participant should also submit a short essay about the artwork and on the software and techniques used to create the artwork.

Follow this link for a first draft of the Computer-Based Art Marking Scheme

SEND ENTRIES AND MONIES BY 30th March 1999

Make sure you include  "hard-copy" of your computer based art? Put the competitor's name and school on the back of the art.
Include a  diskette with a electronic copy of your computer-based art? Clearly label the diskette with the competitor's  name, school and the name of the file containing the art. The entries will be put up for everybody to view.
Have you provided a short essay about the artwork and on the software and techniques you used to create the artwork? The essay should be a paragraph or two giving the necessary information. It should definitely be no more than one page and should be hand-written or printed in no smaller than a 12 pt font
Make sure that the envelope you use is stiffened with cardboard and marked PLEASE DO NOT BEND
The Calgary Programming Society is not responsible for lost or misplaced entries

 

Competition is open to the following students -- (Non-professional student programmers only)

Elementary Division -- grades 5 and 6. (Students from grades 3 and 4 who are interested in competing should contact the registration co-ordinator.)
Junior High Division -- grades 7, 8, 9.
Senior High Division -- grades 10, 11, 12

Entry Form:- Return no later than 30th March 1999

Make a copy of this form and send in, with fees and the computer based art by mail to

Pat White,
13016, Lake Twin Tree Rd., SE,
Calgary T2J 2X3
Phone:- (403) 271-6749  -- Email:- whitep@telusvelocity.net

School Name

Email address if available

School phone number
Contact Person (Teacher of Guardian)

School Category:-
Elementary Division Junior High Division Senior High Division
Student name

Student address


Email address if available

 
As a participant of the competition,
I/we confirm that all work submitted is our
own original work,  except where clearly acknowledged
in the documentation and presentation.
I/we are not professional programmers.
Participant's signature _________________________
As the parent / guardian of a team member named above.
I give permission for him/her to participate in this competition. I realize that the computer based art and the competitor's name and school may appear on the web or other media
Parent/Guardian signature -- Participant

___________________
Teacher's signature

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REGISTRATION FEES
Computer Based Art Competition

Deadline 30th March 1999

$5 per entry

Teams entering into the Creative and Problem Solving Competition will get a REFUND of their entry fee into the other competitions Art, Essay and Web Development Competitions   (one refund per competition per team). There is no fee for entering the LOGO competition.

Entry fees assist in covering the cost of trophies and prizes


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Have you included a "hard-copy" of your computer based art? Put the competitor's name and school on the back of the art.
Have you provided a diskette with a electronic copy of your computer-based art? Clearly label the diskette with the competitor's  name, school and the name of the file containing the art
Have you provided a short essay about the artwork and on the software and techniques you used to create the artwork?
Make sure that the envelope you use is stiffened with cardboard and marked ART COMPETITION -- PLEASE DO NOT BEND
The Calgary Programming Society is not responsible for lost or misplaced entries
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TOTAL __________________

Booklet developed by M. Smith, University of Calgary, using Microsoft Front Page donated to the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Calgary by Microsoft.