The Ministry of Culture, the Latvian Performers and Producers Association (LaIPA) and the Copyright and Communications Advisory Agency / Latvian Authors' Association (AKKA/LAA)announce a creative works competition for young people -"Autorskola." Entrants are welcome to apply until the end of July, and the winners will be awarded at the final event of this initiative in September.
The aim of the competition is to promote a wareness and socially responsible decision-making among young people on copyright and copyright-related matters, targeting students from mainstream and vocational schools.
Contestants are encouraged to submit their visual, spatial, audio and video communication solutions by 31 July, either electronically or by post. Entries should represent the copyright andcopyright-related topic using the project logo and a relevant keyword such as 'song', 'poem', 'photograph', 'film', etc. You will find the competition rules on the ministry’s website.
Entering the competition is not only a great opportunity to develop the creativity skills, but also an interesting and educational activity to enrich the creative camps agenda.
Each participant will receive a certificate of participation, while the best entries for four age groups will be nominated by a panel of judges and winners will be rewarded with a €100 prize.
The competition rules are also published on the initiative's website www.autorskola.lv
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