There is no fee to enter the K-12 competition.
No. All work must have been made within the past year.
The grade classification is for the year most recently completed.
No. Submissions just need to be made solely by a school-age exhibitor and are original pieces of work (i.e. home projects, scouts, mini camps, etc. are all accepted)
Entries are limited to one (1) item per student in each class. Except division D classes 1002-1018, 1025; 1102-1118, 1125; 1202-1218, 1225 where students may enter two (2) items.
Ensure hanging hardware is secure and strong enough to hold the frame. Framed pictures must have the necessary hardware: picture wire or hanger hardware attached so the artwork may be hung from a metal hook. No tape accepted. Picture hanging directions differ from Individual Exhibits to Technology Exhibits. Please read rules and regulations carefully.
Framing is not required in the K-12 Individual Exhibits competition. All items smaller than 5” x 7” should be suitably mounted to prevent loss.
All photography and computer graphics projects in 4th grade and above must be entered in K-12 Technology Exhibits competition.
Please email email@example.com with your entry number and the changes you would like made.
Exhibitors unable to bring exhibits to the Education Building during specified delivery dates and times may bring them to the competition office in the Admin Too Building, 1312 Cosgrove Street, Monday-Friday between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., beginning July 17 through Aug. 1. No weekend deliveries and absolutely no exhibits will be accepted before July 17 due to limited space to store exhibits.
Please refer to the full rules for entry preparation for Individual Exhibits on page 2 of the premium book for further information.
Results will be posted on our website on the first day of the fair.