Calling all artists!
What does the library and/or reading mean to you?
Enter the Southworth Library Card Design Contest. Your artwork might be featured on a special, limited edition library card.
Rules for entry:
All submissions must be created on the template supplied by the Library. It is available at the library and on
our website at www.southworthlibrary.org
Designs must incorporate reading and/or libraries
The contest is open to school aged children from K—12th grade
Only one entry is allowed per person
Each submission must be the creative and original work of a single individual and free of copyright restrictions
Words may be incorporated only as graphic elements
Submissions may be in any art medium (pencil, pen, paint, crayon, etc)
All entries must be submitted to the Southworth Library, or scanned (300 dpi) and emailed to
firstname.lastname@example.org by 5 p.m. on May 17, 2019. Submission implies full release of all rights to the
submitted artwork. No late entries will be accepted.
Southworth Library reserves the right to deny entry to any submission deemed inappropriate due to the use of derogatory language or imagery, use of
copyrighted materials (including cartoons, excerpts from books, etc.), or entries that do not incorporate reading and/or libraries.
The artwork will be available for public voting on the website and at the library from May 20 — 24 . A committee of library staff, teachers, community
members, and public vote will determine the final winning design. The card will be printed and made available to Southworth Library patrons in the
summer of 2019.
Questions about the design contest can be directed to Diane Pamel at 607-844-4782 or email@example.com. This design contest is
sponsored through generous funding from TalkTime Dryden