The deadline for the essay is Monday, April 6, For Historical Context for Both Contests. Submissions must include the personal statement and meet the criteria listed. In other words, what do you want the public saying to itself when it learns about the person you are recommending? Both steps must be completed.
Be aware of the lighting of the piece and provide different angles to showcase the depth of the artwork. Any submissions sent after the deadline will not be accepted. Submission Contents Email subject, as well as titles of the attached document, must be formatted as follows: Yes, it can be a relative or someone you know.
Any submissions sent after the deadline will not be accepted. Write the section on the Armenian Genocide, be sure to include the cause and consequences, and any other background students need in order to understand why this tragic event took place.
This can include any photos, drawings, charts, book excerpts, etc. All submissions must be original work created by the applicant. Submissions may not exceed an 11x17 frame and must weigh less than 25 pounds.
Submission types are limited to drawings, paintings, photographs, digital illustrations, and graphic design. Personal statement words explaining the artwork and how it connects to the theme of human-to-human interaction.
The person may be living or dead and must have lived in California or have a strong connection to California.
All submissions must be received by the California Armenian Legislative Caucus electronically on or before the submission deadline at visualarts gmail. Does this person have a personal story that you somehow connect to?
Be aware of the lighting of the piece and provide different angles to showcase the depth of the artwork. It is acceptable to submit up to five photos. The winners will be contacted directly and announced to the mainstream and Armenian media on Monday, April 11, Share something about you that helps the museum exhibit visitor better understand why you recommended this person to be featured in the exhibit.
Develop a one-day social media campaign-a strategy to expand awareness and gain support-defining what you would do to get people to support your textbook proposal. This can include any photos, drawings, charts, book excerpts, etc. It is acceptable to submit up to five photos.
Submissions must include one recent high-definition photograph of the applicant, suitable for publication e. Yes, it can be a relative or someone you know.
States have joined over 20 governments around the world recognizing the Armenian Genocide, perpetrated by the Ottoman Turkish regime a century ago.
This is your chance to go into detail about this person, answering the question: This is your chance to go into detail about this person, answering the question: It can also be someone you have only recently learned about.
Please save submissions using your name as the document title and email as an attachment to essay gmail. Visual arts scholarship winners will be selected by representatives of the California Arts Council and the California Armenian Legislative Caucus.The Armenian Legislative Caucus holds two scholarship contests each year to commemorate the Armenian Genocide.
The essay and visual arts contests aim to increase awareness of the Armenian Genocide on its anniversary in April. The essay contest guidelines are: 1.
The Essay Contest is open to all Armenian high school students who attend Armenian or public schools in Southern California, 2. One entry per student, 3. All entries must be typed and double spaced in Times Roman, 12 font (in Armenian or in English), 4. Entries may not exceed words, 5.
California high school students in 9th through 12th grade are invited to participate in an essay contest and/or a visual arts contest to increase greater awareness of the Armenian Genocide on its anniversary.
California Assemblymembers Adrin Nazarian (left) and Scott Wilk SACRAMENTO, Calif.—Assemblymember Adrin Nazarian and Senator Scott Wilk are holding an essay contest for the California Armenian Legislative Caucus’ commemoration of the Armenian Genocide.
California high school students in 9th through 12th grade are invited to participate in the essay contest. Armenian Caucus Announces 4th Annual Essay Contest Winners. Sacramento, CA – Members of the California Legislature today commemorated the rd anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, even as the United States continues to turn a blind eye to the genocide of million Armenians.
California Legislators Announce $1, Essay Scholarship to Raise Awareness of the Armenian Genocide Assemblymembers Katcho Achadjian, Adrin Nazarian, and Scott Wilk are holding an essay contest for the California Armenian Legislative Caucus’ commemoration of the Armenian Genocide.Download