Enter the Second Annual Sclerodoodle Contest!
Deadline for submissions is Friday, April 12
time to get your crayons, markers, paints and other art supplies ready
to create a masterpiece for our Second Annual Sclerodoodle Contest!
2013 marks the Scleroderma Foundation’s 15th Anniversary, this year’s
theme is “15 Years of Fighting.” We’re looking for your drawings,
paintings, watercolors or sketches that take the word “scleroderma” and
create a piece of artwork using the theme as your guide. You’ll then
need to submit it to us in a digital format such as PDF, JPG, PNG or
The grand prizewinner’s artwork will appear on special gear
for 2013’s Scleroderma Awareness Month that will be available in our
online CafePress store. And, he/she also will receive a full scholarship
to attend the 2013 or 2014 National Patient Education Conference,
including conference registration and accommodations for two nights. (An
estimated value of more than $2,000.) Second and third place winners
also will have his/her artwork appear on special wearable items
available to purchase online.
How to Submit
To submit, email Mary Ann Berman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You have until 5 p.m. Eastern on Friday, April 12, to submit your art.
(Sorry! Absolutely no late entries!) The contest is open only to those
living in the U.S. and Canada. Paid employees of the Scleroderma
Foundation and its chapters or affiliates are not eligible to enter.
Previous winners are ineligible. Only one entry per person.
2013 National Patient Education Conference Committee will review all of
the artwork that has been submitted. The group will select the top
three finalists, where your online votes will select this year’s grand
prizewinner. This year, you will be limited in the number of votes you
may cast each day. Voting is open noon Monday, April 22, through noon
Friday, April 26. The doodle with the most popular online votes will be
the grand prizewinner.
For more information and to read the full list of rules, visit www.sclerodermaawareness.org and click “Contest.”