For the Annual Illustration Competition and Exhibition, students create a design inspired by the tag line that appears on the top of this page: “Providing a Network for the Development of the Liberal Arts in Michigan’s Community Colleges.” There is no limit to the number of entries a school may submit.
A full list of winners for both 2016 art and illustration competitions, along with the judge’s comments about each, can be read here.
The LAND Illustration Competition is open to any student enrolled in a credit class at a public Michigan two-year college during the 2017 calendar year.
Each entry must be sponsored by a faculty member (full-time or adjunct) who has reviewed the student’s work and attests that it is appropriate for the contest criteria and competitive rigor at the state level.
Two Dimensional Design: Any concept or image, no matter how remote which has the concept of two dimensional design. It may be a symbol, pattern, realistic, or your interpretation of the theme.
Must Appear on Illustration
- Conference theme: The Theme for the 2018 Conference is “Bridges.”
- Conference Dates: February 21-23, 2018
- Conference Location: Muskegon, Michigan
Work should correspond to 8″ X 10″ format, either vertical or horizontal.
All entries should be through submission of a JPEG to firstname.lastname@example.org
Each JPEG sent must be labeled with School Name and Artist’s Name and “LAND Illustration Competition” in the subject area. Example: Muskegon Community College Amy Smith LAND Illustration Competition
Each submission must include either a completed digital or printed and mailed entry/release form (below).
All entry materials must be received by Steve Glazer by midnight, Friday, December 8, 2017.
Entries will be juried by an art professional to determine prize winners.
Entries will be evaluated for the originality, creativity, and quality of the concept of how effectively the idea relates to the theme. Design and craftsmanship will also be a part of the decision.
Students retain the copyright to their submissions to the LAND Illustration Competition. However, students need to grant LAND the right to reproduce any submission on its website or any other LAND publication regardless of medium of publication.
By submission of artwork, the student artist grants permission to LAND to reproduce (without further remuneration) any selected artwork. The student also attests to the originality of the design submitted.