Undergraduate students who have completed a creative work while on IU’s campus may now submit their work for consideration in the Fine Arts Awards, even if they aren't studying fine arts.
The awards are being given by the Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education to promote creative activity on campus, according to the office website.
“Your artistic contributions are appreciated on campus,” the website said.
The top three entries into the competition will be awarded scholarships. The first place finisher will receive $1,000, second place will receive $500 and third place will receive $250. The winning art pieces will be showcased in the OVPUE, located in Maxwell Hall. Additionally, the winning entries will be added to the campus art collection, which includes all of the art displayed on campus that is not in a museum.
Winners will be chosen by OVPUE employees. The application is available on the office’s website, and entries are due online by March 31.
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