2022 State Aviation Art Contest Winners: Design Your Perfect Aircraft
Today’s aircraft are the work of hundreds, sometimes thousands, of people who turn ideas into aircraft that fly. Engineers put ideas onto paper. Manufacturers turn those drawings into real-life parts that get put together and become today’s balloons, gliders, aerobatic planes, microlights, and helicopters. Each new version is improved for safety, aerodynamics, fuel efficiency, or a thousand other major and minor changes that put smiles on the faces of pilots and passengers alike.
What is your perfect aircraft? What would power it through the sky? Would it be big or small? What special features would make pilots and passengers excited to be in the air? Every craft you see in the sky today started with similar questions. Each idea has the chance to change the way gliders soar, helicopters hover, and aerobatic racers twist and swoop through the sky. You might have an idea to change the way hang-gliders look as they sail through the air or improve the controls of today’s modern cockpits.
If you have ever looked up into the sky and thought, wouldn’t it be great if…this art challenge is for you! Let your imagination soar and create a work of art that fits the theme, “Design your perfect aircraft.” Grab your favorite pens, paints, or crayons and share your vision of the perfect aircraft. Your art today might become an inspiration for tomorrow’s aviation reality.
ART SUBMISSION RULES
The 2022 theme is “Design Your Perfect Aircraft”.
ENTRY FORM (Each student must complete one and tape it to the back of their entry.)
All artwork must be original in nature, as designed and illustrated by the student, with no outside help.
POSTER CONTEST AGE CATEGORY DIVISIONS
Group I, Junior Catagory, date of birth between 1 January 2012 and 31 December 2015
Group II, Intermediate Catagory, date of birth between 1 January 2008 and 31 December 2011
Group III, Senior Catagory, date of birth between 1 January 2004 and 31 December 2007
ALL STUDENTS ATTENDING HOME, PRIVATE, CHARTER OR PUBLIC SCHOOL IN OKLAHOMA.
All children in the age groups shown above are encouraged to participate in the contest, even if they are related to officials or employees of the FAI or any of its member organizations. Youths ages 6 -17 are eligible to participate.
POSTER CONTEST RULES:
FORMAT: The required format is A3 11" X 17" (Ledger/Tabloid). Landscape (horizontal) oriented images are preferred for calendar reproduction purposes. Artwork must NOT be framed or outilined with borders. All artwork must be done by hand (or, in the case of physically challenged children, by foot or mouth). Any of the following media are permitted: watercolor, acrylic, oil paint, indelible marker pens, felt-tip pens, soft ball-point pens, indelible ink, Crayola or any similar indelible medium. The following media are NOT permitted: pencil, charcoal or other non-permanent medium; computer-generated artwork; collage work involving the use of photocopies.
Must be student’s ORIGINAL slogan and artwork. No signatures on posters.
No syndicated, copyrighted, clipart images or inappropriate content allowed!
ATTACH COMPLETED ENTRY FORM (Certificate of Authenticity) on back upper right corner of poster. The following information should be clearly shown on the back of the artwork: title, family name, given name, address, date of birth, name and address of school which the child attends, and certificate of authenticity (see reverse). There is no need for a title on the poster and entrants can decide for themselves whether or not to include one. However, there should be a clearly recognizable link to the theme of the contest.
Reproducibility factors into the judging, so use good lettering, high contrast, and bright colors.
Please follow poster contest rules or face disqualification of poster entry. Once received, entries become (and remain) the property of the Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission and may be used for a variety of purposes.
CONTEST DEADLINE: The poster entries deadline is January 10, 2022.