Posts tagged contest
Posts tagged contest
We’re seeking your inspirationally awesome designs for the next version of our admitted students tshirt. Show Oberlin — literally and figuratively! — in your submission, and you’ll have a chance to win $150 and see your design worn by hundreds of new Obies!
Full contest details are here and the deadline for design submissions is December 6th, 2013.
CONTEST TIME! This photo was reblogged over at the Oberlin College Tumblr, and prompted some questions about who the artist is. (Hint: It’s currently on display at the museum…)
So, here’s the deal - a copy of our brand-new collections catalog will be given away to the first TWO people who can correctly answer the question:
Who is the artist of this work?
The art museum is having a contest inspired by a piece we posted a few days ago! You can win a copy of their collection catalog for correctly identifying the artist of this piece.
Three current students and at least three alumni (that we know of) have made it to the final round of auditions for the YouTube Symphony 2011—the time when YouTube viewers can vote. Voting ends Friday, December 17.
Matthew Berliner, horn, senior
Xiomara Mass, oboe, artist diploma candidate
DJ Cheek, viola, junior
Drew Pattison, bassoon
Nishana Gunaratne, bass
Rosalind Soltow, viola
Jack Marquardt, clarinet
Sarah Oliver, harp
To vote, go to youtube.com/symphony, click the red “Vote Now” tab, click the purple “Orchestral Audition” tab, and click the instrument icons to view audition videos and vote. You can vote once per day per person.
The Office of Admissions and the Office of Communications are hosting the third annual contest to design the t-shirt that will be sent to all admitted students. Submit a 2- or 3-color design that says ‘Oberlin’ (literally and figuratively!). Our panel of expert judges will choose three finalists; students admitted early decision to the class of 2015 will then vote, and the design with the most votes will be mailed to the entire class next spring.
The prize? Seeing your design being worn by more than 2,000 admitted students. And we’ll sweeten the deal with $100 in cash.
More details within the link.