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MLTI's Annual Artwork Challenge is On Again!

I received the following email from the MLTI Team and thought that it would be awesome to have our artists enter their artwork to be considered. Check it out!

"Over the last six years, the MLTI device has featured 20 outstanding student works of art each year, with over two thousand pieces of artwork submitted.

The opportunity to have your artwork displayed on MLTI Devices is again available for Maine students grades K-12. Works of art will be submitted and reviewed by an independent committee using a rubric (available online).

MLTI asks that students submit only ONE piece of artwork to be considered for the 2015-2016 screensaver. We have posted the guidelines on our website - 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 January 2, 2015!

The students whose artwork is selected will have their artwork displayed on 2015-2016 MLTI Devices and receive free Student Conference registration (May 21, 2015).

More information on how to submit artwork can be found on our website at"


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