Each year, the Liberal Arts Network for Development sponsors five student competitions to recognize outstanding student work in the Liberal Arts: art, illustration, creative writing, and Student Scholars, a conference segment which is open to all liberal arts disciplines. Projects completed during the 2018 calendar year are eligible for these competitions.
The deadline for all of the student competitions was Friday, December 7, 2018. Submissions are now closed. State-wide winners will be announced by early January 2019. Thank you to those who entered!
- Creative Writing Recognizes quality creative writing in three categories: fiction, poetry, essay.
- Fine Arts Recognizes quality designs on a topic selected by the LAND Steering Committee.
- Illustration Recognizes quality designs exemplifying LAND’s Statement of Purpose.
- Student Scholars Recognizes the research of eight students or student teams. The research may have been completed or it could be on-going.
The following prizes will be awarded for the Creative Writing, Illustration, and Fine Arts competitions:
- $150 for First Place
- $100 for Second Place
- $50 for Third Place
Student Scholars are invited to present their work at the LAND Student Scholars Conference on the Friday of the annual LAND Conference.
All students with winning entries in creative writing, art, illustration, and Student Scholars are invited with a guest to attend the Friday luncheon. Students will be recognized for their achievements at this time, coming forward to receive their awards. Students are not expected to make any public comments during this ceremony.
Students retain the copyright to their submissions to LAND student competitions. 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.