RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) – Virginia Housing is still accepting entries for its “Power of Home” digital art contest, an event that will help mark the organization’s 50th anniversary.
Those who wish to submit their work will have until 11:59 p.m. on October 15, when the competition closes. The competition, which is open to all Virginians, will award a total of $20,000 to winners in three categories: school-age students, adult amateurs and adult professionals.
According to Virginia Housing, an organization that helps Virginians find affordable housing across the Commonwealth, all of the contest entrants’ artwork must represent what the “power of home” means to them. A selection of submitted works will be exhibited at the Virginia Governor’s Housing Conference in November.
For the contest, entrants are invited to submit up to three digital images of an original artwork they have created. The original artwork may be in 2D or 3D form, according to a statement from Virginia Housing. The original illustrations can take the following supports:
- pen and ink
- Marker pen
- Technique Mixte
- digital paintings
Winners will be selected based on the following criteria:
- Interpretation and clarity of the “Power of Home” theme
- Creativity and originality
- Overall artistic quality
- General impression and presentation
For more information on contest rules, prizes, and instructions on how to take a digital image of your artwork, visit here.
All entrants must submit digital images of their artwork online via Survey Monkey.