Update, Nov. 4: The 2014 Make a Newsprint Masterpiece contest is now closed to entries. Read the story about the winners and see photos of their masterpieces. Earlier post: Welcome to Make a Newsprint Masterpiece, the 2014 Seattle Times DIY contest. For this one, all we ask is that you create something out of newsprint — yes,…More
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By Shirley Qiu / Seattle Times staff reporter Spiders, private eyes and the undead all prowl through this year’s batch of winners from the 3-Minute Masterpiece digital film contest. The annual competition, copresented by The Seattle Times and Seattle International Film Festival, solicits movies of three minutes or less from readers. This year, we received dozens of…More
The entry period is now open for the Classical KING FM Young Artist Awards Competition, open to nonprofessional acoustic instrumentalists, vocalists, and chamber groups in two age groups: 6-15 and 16-20. Deadline is April 4. (Rules and entry forms here.) New this year: winners will be featured on the radio throughout the year both in…More
In conjunction with the 5th Avenue Theatre’s production of an all-local version of Monty Python’s “Spamalot,” (Jan. 30-March 2) we invited you, Python fans, to show us your best Silly Walk and win some serious prizes. The contest is now closed; thanks for your entries, and we’ll announce winners soon. [do action=”filemobile-uploader-2″ widgetid=”6380″ groupid=”418651″/][do action=”filemobile-gallery-2″ widgetid=”5935″…More