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After the success of last year’s competition, FACE is back, and we cannot wait to see what our fantastically talented students have to share with us!

The Basics

WorldEd wants to share your beautiful art with the world! We are calling all our creative students to participate in our Fine Arts Exhibition. Submit your work for a chance to win great prizes and share your talents with our entire student body!


  • ​All students who participate will get a “Certificate of Participation”.

  • Each student who places 1-10th will have that designated on their transcript and receive a 10% boost to their participation/engagement grade for English class. If the student already has a 100% engagement grade, their lowest English assignment grade will be boosted by 10%.

  • All students will have their work featured on the dedicated website with students who place 1-10th being highlighted.


Each category within Visual Arts and Performing Arts will offer prizes for the 1st and 2nd place winners.


There are two major categories for which you can submit: Visual Arts and Performing Arts. The following mediums are eligible for submission:

Visual Arts: Animation, Drawing, Painting, Photography, Short Films Without Actors, Crafts, and Sculpture.

Performing Arts: Singing, Dancing, Acting, Short Films with Actors, Instrumental Performances, and Poetry recitation.


You may begin submitting your work October 1st. The final deadline for submissions is November 15th. Make sure that your work is finished before that deadline!

Winners will be announced, and the website will be open on December 15th, 2021.​


  • All entries must be submitted with the artist's full name, grade level, and a two-sentence explanation of their entry.

  • All entries must be suitable for all ages. There will be no profanity, nudity, or hateful language/imagery.

  • Performing arts submissions that include spoken language must be in English.

  • For submissions in the visual arts category, all work must be original. For submissions in the performing arts category, entries must credit the original artist/author if work is being covered, performed to, or read.

  • For entries involving video, submitting an unlisted YouTube link is preferred. MP4 files will also be accepted and can be sent via a shared link attached( as in a Word doc) to the entry form.

  • The work will be published upon guardian written consent. The consent form.

How to Submit Your Work

To submit your work, please complete the official entry form and attach your work. (Form available from October 1st)

You may submit as many works as you want in as many categories, but each piece or video requires a separate entry.

Entries may be submitted as a group as well. All members of the group must be named on the entry. If it only has space for one name, you may attach a separate sheet to your entry with the names and required information.


If you have any questions regarding how to participate in this exhibition, email Stephanie Schneider at