Ownership of Artwork

Ownership of the artwork submitted for the contest will remain with the artist. However, the producer reserves the right to reproduce and publish any and all artwork submitted for this contest, and publish the artist’s name, age, and school for promotional and marketing use.

Posters may be picked up following the announcement of the contest results at RileyStreet Art Supply in San Rafael, except for the winning entries, finalists, and special award winners, which will be kept for a period of time as part of the Youth Poster Contest Exhibition Tour, and then will be returned to the entrants. 

Contest Submissions Open: January 3, 2022

  Submission Deadline: Friday, May 6, 2022

All posters must be delivered to RileyStreet Art Supply, 1138 4th St in San Rafael by Friday, May 6, 2022

                                           

Contest Rules, Deadline and Ownership of Artwork

The Youth Poster Contest is open to all middle and high school students, both public and private schools, in Marin County, CA.  Middle school students must be in 6, 7 or 8th grades to enter. 

Posters must be on or mounted on poster board, any size between the minimum dimension of 16” x 20” to a maximum dimension of 20" x 24". Posters may be executed in any 2-dimensional medium (oil, acrylic, markers, pastel, collages, photography, canvas mounted on poster board, etc.)

Posters may be created or enhanced digitally, but must begin as an entirely original work of art by the student, and be printed to the required size for submission.

Posters may be produced individually or in collaboration with other students.  If produced in collaboration with others, the Entry Form must include all names and required information for all participating students. Students, individually or in collaboration with other students, may submit only one poster into the competition.

The Entry Form must be included with each poster and attached to the back of the poster, with the title of the poster, name of the student, their age, their school or organization, the name of their art teacher or principal, hometown, email address, and importantly, with their personal telephone number or that of their parent or guardian.  

Note: Each Entry Form must include the signature of the student's parent or guardian. Posters submitted without all the required information will not be eligible for the contest.

See "Entry Form" in the menu bar and the download form.