4-H Cultural Arts Festival 2020 – Rules & Registration Forms

Welcome to the Bayfield County 4-H Virtual Cultural Arts Festival!

Open to all Bayfield County Youth –

Submissions accepted May 7th to May 17, 2020

Local volunteer judges will provide feedback to you, after all entries have been evaluated.

Click on the list below to go the rules and registration forms for the following classes or scroll down the page.

        Museum Art Recreation              Music & Dance                      Drama

 Arts & Crafts                 Photography                         Creative Writing  

Questions? Contact

Ian Meeker, Bayfield County Youth Development Educator  at ian.meeker@wisc.edu 

Theresa LaChappelle, Bayfield County Office Manager at theresa.lachappelle@wisc.edu or 715-373-6104 ext 0

 

 Triple Self Portrait-Norman Rockwell and Dog Recreaation

“Triple Self-Portrait” Norman Rockwell,1959, Norman Rockwell Museum

Museum Art Recreation

One entry per person per category.There are four categories::

  1. Portrait Art Registration Form: Includes individual, group or self-portraits

Portrait examples: Lady with an ErmineAmerican Gothic, or The Blue Boy

      2.  Genre Painting Registration Form: Scenes of everyday life – ordinary people doing common things like laundry, sharing a meal or at a wedding.

Genre examples: Snap the WhipNameless and Friendless  &  Girls Knitting with their Cats

     3.  Landscapes Registration Form: Landscape paintings are those whose principal content is a scenic view,

Landscape examples: Christina’s WorldLooking Down Yosemite Valley, and Water Lilies.

     4.  Still Life Registration Form: A still life is an arrangement of domestic objects or everyday items

Still Life examples: SunflowersRideau Cruchon et Compotier and Oriental Poppies

 

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Music & Dance

Unfortunately we are unable to accommodate non-household groups for musical categories. All individual categories are open and youth sharing households may enter duet/group events in the categories listed.

Categories:

  1. Vocal Registration Form
  2. Instrumental Registration Form
  3. Dance Registration Form

Rules:

  1. 10 minute time limit*
  2. Performers must be youth. (Accompanist may be an adult or non-4H member, but the performing group must be made up of youth.)
  3. Vocal and instrumental entries are asked provide the title of their selection and the name of the composer.

*If your video is over 3 minutes long, please save it on YouTube and submit the URL on the upload page.

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Drama

Unfortunately we are unable to accommodate non-household groups for  drama categories. All individual categories are open and youth sharing households may enter duet/group events in the categories listed.

Categories:

  1. Original Play Registration Form
  2. Non-original Play Registration Form
  3. Dramatic Reading Registration Form (poetry or prose)
  4. Spoken Word Registration Form (memorized or spontaneous spoken word performance, with or without music)
  5. Puppet Show Registration Form
  6. Other Type of Performance Registration Form

Rules:

  1. Plays may be original or non-original. Clubs are responsible for paying any royalties.
  2. Each play – Maximum time -15 minutes*.
  3. Dramatic Reading or Spoken Word – maximum time – 10 minutes*.

*If your video is over 3 minutes long, please save it on YouTube and submit the URL on the upload page.

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Arts & Crafts

Categories:  
1. Pencil, charcoal or ink drawing Registration Form Jpg, png 6. Craft Item Registration Form Video
2. Chalk, pastel, or crayon Registration Form Jpg, png 7. Ceramic Item Registration Form Video
3. Painting, oil or acrylic Registration Form Jpg, png 8. Any Other Registration Form Video. jpg,png
4. Painting, Watercolor Registration Form Jpg, png 1. Legos – Kit Registration Form Video
5. Sculpture Registration Form Video 2. Legos- Original Registratio Form Video

Rules:

The file name for each entry should be First Initial.Last Name.Title of Entry. Grade 

  • One registration form per person for each category. One entry allowed per person in each category.
  • Project must be from the current club/school year. It cannot be from past years.
  • Youth can enter any type of arts and crafts item that was made by the member – you do not need to be currently enrolled in a specific project
  • Item may be original or made from a kit
  • Painting and Drawing entries must be entered as jpg or png.
  • Each Painting and Drawing entry is required to ALSO include in the description section on the upload page the following information:
    • Type of media used for that category
    • Kit or original
    • If made in school, at a Club project meeting, or on member’s own time*
  • Sculptures, Craft Items, Ceramic Items, Legos and any Other 3-D entries must be entered as a video. 
    • Videos should be no longer than 45 seconds
    • All sides of the project should be shown. It should be as if the judge picked it up and looked at it.
    •   State your name, if the item was made in school, at a Club project meeting, or on member’s own time*
    • Brief description of what you did

*Items made at a Club project meeting or on the member’s own time are preferred, but School entries are accepted,  

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 Photography

Categories:
1. Landscape Photo Registration 6. Black & White Photo Registration
2. Nature Photo Registration 7. Enlargement Photo Registration
3. People Photo Registration 8. Cropped photo/before and after Photo Registration
4. Animals Photo Registration 9. Macro photo Photo Registration
5. Action Photo Registration

Rules:

  1. All photos must be an image file.
  2. Max 10 MB per entry.
  3. Only one entry per person per category; one photo per entry.
  4. Please fill out the registration form for each item in each category
  5. Make sure that you have changed your file name to the correct format. File name should be: FirstInitial.LastName.TitleofPhoto.Grade

 

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Creative Writing

Categories:

  1. Poetry
  2. Prose

Rules:

  1. Must be original work of the member.
  2. Word or PDF formats accepted

 

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Ian Meeker
4-H Youth Development Educator
County Administration Bldg
117 E. 5th Street
Washburn, WI 54891-9464
Phone: 715-373- 3289
Fax: 715-373-6304
ian.meeker@wisc.edu711 for Wisconsin Relay (TDD)

 

Donna Ganson
4-H Program Faculty Assistant
County Administration Bldg
117 E. 5th Street
Washburn, WI 54891
Phone: 715-373-3287
Fax: 715-373-6103
donna.ganson@wisc.edu

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