Christian Higher Education Since 1892

Contest

0

Live Arts Contest Info

Check out the results of our spring Live Arts Contest! The full Live Arts Contest will return for entries October 1, 2014 through March 2, 2015. We'll be accepting entries in visual art, videos, short fiction, poetry, spoken word poetry, non-fiction, serialized novels, graphic storytelling, and song lyrics from artists in high school and college. A grand prize of $200 will be awarded to the top high school entry as well as the top college entry, and their work will be published in The Vista and The Scriblerus. First and second place prizes of $20 and $10 will be awarded in each category. High school entries will be judged by grade and genre. College entries will be judged by genre.

Live Arts Contest entries will be accepted October 1, 2014 through March 2, 2015.

Check out these related majors

Contact Us:

LiveArts@greenville.edu

Greenville College
Language, Literature, and Culture Dept.
315 E. College Ave.
Greenville, IL 62246

Brought to you by

Papyrus logoGC’s online news source offers student views on student news with articles on everything from world news to music reviews. Login, like us on Facebook, and learn a few new things about the world around you. Have a nose for news, then come join us as a staff writer, digital journalist, or enroll in our Newspaper Production course for credit. For more information, contact Associate Professor Alexandria LaFaye at alexandria.lafaye@greenville.edu.

Vista logoGreenville College's own student produced magazine includes articles on sports, entertainment, GC Life, and more. Are you an artist? Then send us digital files of your latest literary or visual works to be considered for our Gallery section. If you love design, photography or journalism, apply to be on staff or enroll in our Magazine Production course for credit. Collect our Fall and Spring editions each year! For more information, contact Assistant Professor Jessa Wilcoxen at jessa.wilcoxen@greenville.edu.

Scriblerus logoThe publication of GC’s oldest club on the campus—the invitation only Scriblerus Creative Writing Club—is going virtual and spreading its wings to include more aspects of the creative arts and solicit submissions from colleges throughout the country. We’ll be featuring creative writing, digital media, videos, visual art, and music. If you’re a creative type who would like to help bring this new version of The Scrib to life, please join us as part of our staff or by enrolling in the Literary Production course for credit. For more information, contact Instructor Rachel Heston Davis at rachel.heston-davis@greenville.edu.