Terms and Conditions – Pixel Prize entrants from Bangladesh and Sri Lanka
The Pixel Prize is conducted by Australian Catholic University Limited ABN: 15 050 192 660
Participation in the Pixel Prize Bangladesh and Sri Lanka is free and open to students attending high school in Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.
Participants must be current high school students.
Entries will be judged by industry experts. The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
Participants can submit up to three (3) photographs or digital collages into the 2017 Pixel Prize.
Images uploaded should be provided in a CMYK printable format (eg. JPEG, TIF). Please ensure resolution is at least 300dpi/ppi, 30cm x 42cm. The acceptable file size range is 1-5MB.
Images uploaded for the Graphic Design: digital collage need to be in a CMYK printable format (eg. JPEG, TIF). . The image should be A3 size, 30 x 42cm. The acceptable file size range is 1-5MB.
The University has the right to use photos submitted by entrants in any medium for any purpose that it sees fit. The University will credit and acknowledge the photographer and title for each image.
A completed online entry form with mandatory fields filled must be submitted by the closing date.
Entries open on Monday 9 July 2017 (AEST).
Entries close 5pm 15 Saturday September 2017 (AEST). ACU does not accept any responsibility for delayed or incomplete entries.
All participants will receive a Certificate of Participation. Three winners will be chosen for first, second and third prize.
Entrants give permission for their contact details to be added to the University’s promotional mailing list.
The gathering of entrants’ details will be used solely by the University. To read ACU’s privacy statement please click here.
The Applicant warrants that all works submitted are original works created by the Applicant, and that such works do not infringe any third party’s copyright, other intellectual property rights, moral rights or rights to privacy, and are not defamatory or otherwise in breach of laws. Applicants who breach this condition forfeit their entitlement to a certificate of participation and will not be eligible for inclusion in the Pixel Prize competition