Lieutenant Governor Jeanette Nuñez’s Florida Space Art Contest is open to all K-5 students in Florida.
Each contestant must be a legal resident of Florida and attend any Florida school in grades K-5 (including public, charter, private, home or virtual) at the time of his/her entry.
Entries must be mailed to Space Florida, ATTN: Florida Space Art Contest, 505 Odyssey Way, Suite 300, Exploration Park, Florida 32953. All entries must be received no later than 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time on Friday, May 12, 2023. Emailed or faxed entries will not be accepted. Contestants are responsible for all shipping costs.
Entry Form: Student must provide all required information requested on the entry form and entry form must be legible. The student and parent/legal guardian are required to read and understand these rules in order to submit the entry form in its entirety. The entry form includes a release and certification that must be signed by a parent or guardian.
Create an art piece inspired by this year’s theme,
Time to Travel to 2123: Florida’s Future as the Space Capital
Student must submit original, two-dimensional artwork.
Student artwork must be original, created by only the student. Artwork may not be drawn from any existing artwork (photograph, advertisement, etc.) not created by the student.
Student artwork must measure 8½” by 11” and be created using any two-dimensional medium including:
- drawing (pencil, ink, crayon, graphite, etc.)
- painting (pastel, watercolor, spray paint, oils, etc.)
- Each student may enter only one submission to this contest.
Each submission must have both the entry form and consent form attached.
Transfer of Rights:
Each applicant and his/her parent or guardian must agree to give all rights to the submitted artwork, including copyright, to the Executive Office of the Governor. This transfer of rights will allow the Executive Office of the Governor, at a minimum, to reproduce, distribute, and display your artwork. The winner’s submission will be duplicated in various mediums and used to promote Florida’s role in space exploration throughout the state. This means that when you submit your artwork to participate in this contest, your artwork will become the property of the Executive Office of the Governor and will not be returned.
The Florida Public Records Act, located in Chapter 120, Florida Statutes, generally requires that all activities, including this contest, are open to the public. Therefore, all aspects of your involvement in this contest, including your artwork, will be subject to public disclosure.