Frankenstein 200 Years later...
Mary Shelley began writing Frankenstein during the year 1816 and first published it in 1818, marking the debut of one of British Romanticism's most celebrated works of literature. This January 30th, 2017, The Oakridge School will be hosting students and faculty of various schools to discuss Shelley's novel 200 years later.
This year, we're thrilled to invite students to submit artwork in the form of the following categories:
1. All forms of 2D Art (traditional & digital)
We urge art students to guide their creative inquiry by way of interpreting or responding to one of the topics or themes touched upon in the list of prompts for the Call for Papers (which can be found here). The only other requirement is to submit a typed Artist's Statement (there are no length requirements for the statement) along with an image of the work of art. For film/video students, please provide a link to the product being submitted because the video file size will most likely be too large to upload via the submission form. Although length is not specified, we recommend that film/video submissions be no longer than 5 mins.
If there are any questions, please contact Jared Colley, English Chair:
Remember, submissions are due Nov. 22nd, 2016.