How to submit artwork to the Junior Duck Stamp contest
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Pam Landry, Wildlife Education Coordinator
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Make sure you understand all the JDS rules by reading the following documents. Read all materials; there are new documents this year.
- JDS welcome letter (Contains important plagiarism guidelines)
- JDS poster
- JDS contest information and educational curriculum (contains guides for educators, youth, home schools, and non-formal educational programs)
- JDS fact sheet
How to submit How to submit artwork to the Junior Duck Stamp contest
When you are ready to submit your artwork remember:
- Complete the entry form
Encourage artist to include on the entry form a brief personal conservation message that expresses the spirit of what they learned
- Securely tape completed entry form to back of the artwork
- Include reference form with artwork
- If several pieces of artwork are being submitted from a class or studio a typed list of students names must accompany the artwork.
- Chalk and pastel entries must be sprayed with a fixative prior to submitting
Submit artwork to:
Pam Landry, Wildlife Education Specialist
Junior Duck Program, MassWildlife
1 Rabbit Hill Road, Westborough, MA 01581
Submissions must be postmarked by midnight February 15, 2018
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- DO NOT –copy someone else’s photograph to create a work of art.
- DO NOT –copy a picture that has been printed in any form including book, magazine, etc.
- DO NOT –copy a major part of a photograph (an animal for instance) and place it in a different setting. This is a “grey” legal area, but it is considered unethical by most professional artists. If you have to search to find the difference betweeny our work and the reference work you have gone WAY too far.
- OK –to copy your own photograph to create a work of art.
- OK –to buy the rights to use a photograph from the photographer, but remember that you do not obtain the right to copy someone’s art or photograph by simply purchasing a book or magazine containing their images.
- OK –to copy works that have exceeded the time limits for copyright protection