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Idyllwild Arts Academy To Award Scholarships For Student Contests

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Idyllwild Arts Academy is looking to grant talented young students the opportunity to win scholarships to IAA's Moving Pictures and Visual Art departments through the Hollywood Ending and Body Mapping-A Visual Art Competition contests.  

Contestants interested in the Hollywood Ending writing contest will create their own Hollywood ending to "Mantra for a Salesman", an original screenplay written by a current senior in the Moving Pictures department. If chosen as one of the finalists, you could be the recipient of a $25,000 scholarship for Grand Prize, $10,000 for Second Prize and a $5,000 scholarship for Third Prize.

For Body Mapping -A Visual Art Competition and Exhibition the top three works will receive scholarship prizes of $25,000 scholarship for Grand Prize, $15,000 for Second Prize and a $10,000 scholarship for Third Prize. The guidelines are for a student to use the body as a map or template that refers metaphorically to other ideas. The overall theme is "Body Mapping". The size and media are not to exceed 8"x10"x6". The work can be done in 2-D or 3-D and be of any media.

Both contests are sponsored by the Idyllwild Arts Academy and are open to students 13-18 years old in any country worldwide. This prestigious contest will give the winning students a scholarship to attend the only West Coast boarding high school for the arts and is intended for the 2008-2009 academic year. The deadline for submission is January 15, 2008 at 12:00 midnight P.S.T.

Visit the Idyllwild Arts website at www.idyllwildarts.org and click the main Academy button then, click either theHollywood Ending or Body Mapping buttons. E-mail your entry along with your name, e-mail, address, phone, current grade level and school you are attending 1) Hollywood Ending writing contest to: hollywoodending@idyllwildarts.org   or 2) Body Mapping to: bodymapping@idyllwildarts.org

Winners will be selected by faculty of the Idyllwild Arts Academy and will be posted on the website along with your original ending on February 1, 2008.

For more information on how you can help support young, gifted artists, please contact the Idyllwild Arts Foundation at 951-659-2171 ext. 2330 or visit www.idyllwildarts.org.   

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