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Hey, Art Teachers!

I got word from MLTI that they are once again looking for artwork for their 2014-2015 MLTI Screensaver. This would be a great opportunity to get Bonny Eagle out there in a positive way AND give our students experience submitting their work to a professional organization. If you have any questions at all or if I can help you out, just give me a shout. Here are the particulars as I received them:
Dear MLTI Schools,
Over the last five years, the MLTI device screen saver featured eighty outstanding student works of art (twenty each year) with close to two thousand pieces of artwork submitted.
This opportunity is once again available for the 2014-2015 Screensaver. Works of art will be submitted and an independent review committee will score the pieces of artwork using a rubric (available online).
This opportunity is open to Maine students in grades K-12. MLTI asks that students submit only ONE piece of artwork to be considered for the 2014-2015 screensaver. Please take careful note of the sizing and labeling requirements. Submissions not meeting these requirements or students submitting multiple works will not have their artwork reviewed. The deadline to submit artwork for this challenge is December 20, 2013!
The students whose artwork is selected will receive free Student Conference registration (May 22, 2014) and will have their artwork on the 2014-2015 MLTI devices.
More information on how to submit artwork can be found on our website at http://www.maine.gov/mlti/about/photos.shtml
Thank you
The MLTI Team

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