MEdIC at Imperial College London (Medical Education Innovation and Research Centre) is welcoming submissions for the Global Unity Creative Competition 2021. Medical students from around the world are invited to submit their creative responses on the theme of Global Unity. Students may submit creative work including painting, drawing, sculpture, illustration, graphic art, comics, photography, textiles, short film, animation, music and spoken word. We also ask that students submit a short written reflection detailing why they have made the piece, what it means to them personally and how this reflects the theme of global unity.
Two winners will receive the top prize of £300 and two runners-up will each receive £150. Winners and runners-up will be announced at an awards ceremony in October 2021.
Any student across the world currently studying medicine
What do you need to submit?
1. Title of your piece
2. Upload your work
Your creative response on the theme of Global Unity. This could be a painting, drawing, sculpture, illustration, graphic art, comics, photography, textiles, short film, animation, music, spoken word or similar.
- Images must be in .jpg, .tiff or .png format only (min. dimensions 1080px x 1080px)
- Video and audio files must be .mp3, .mp4, or .mov only (max duration 2 minutes)
- Video and audio can be an excerpt from a longer piece.
- Maximum file size: 200mb
3. Reflective explanation of your submission – maximum 200 words outlining why you chose it and what it means to you personally and how it reflects the theme of Global Unity.
Submissions in your preferred language are welcome. We ask that also you provide an English translation. For example, if you submit an animation in your preferred language, please include English subtitles as part of the piece.
When is the deadline for submission?
Tuesday 31 August 23.59pm BST
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