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March 22-26, 2021

#SanGabrielExperience

How to Participate 

Save Your Spot! Register to Participate: Due February 7, 2021

Turn in Final Product: Due March 14, 2021

 

Arts Week 2021 Theme: #SanGabrielExperience

What does it mean to grow up and go to school in San Gabriel? All submissions should reflect this theme. 

 

1. Who Can Participate? 

Submissions are welcome from SGUSD teachers, students, family members, and Community Partners. 

2. Due Dates

You must register to participate by Sunday, February 7, 2021. ​Your final product must be uploaded by Sunday, March 14, 2021. ​

3. What Kind of Submissions are Acceptable? 

Submissions can be a video file, a link to a website (i.e. online art galleries, YouTube links), or slide decks (Google Slides, Powerpoint).

Submissions must be fully edited, "school appropriate," polished, and ready to present online. 

4. When Will I Hear if My Submission is Accepted? 

You will receive a "performance" date and time during the second week of February. 

If you are a classroom teacher, your "performance time" will be arranged collaboratively​. 

5. How do I Register to Participate? 

Click the "register" button at the top of this page.  

6. Is There an Art Contest? 

Yes! Any student artwork submitted will be considered for the Arts Week Art Contest. 1st-3rd Prize Awards will be given. The top prize earners will be exhibited at the district office for 1 year.  Click Here for Art Contest Details

7. What are the Rules for Each Arts Discipline? 

See below...

Arts Week Logo Designed by Gabrielino Graphic Design Student, Lily Situ

Music

1. Acceptable Formats: Video files (.mp4, or .mov) Google Slides or PowerPoint, Website Links (YouTube, Vimeo, etc.)

2. Music must be original, or you must have permission to record it. (see copyright info)

3. You do not need a license to perform your selection as SGUSD has  blanket internet licenses from ASCAP, BMI, and SESAC 

4. Audio only recordings will not be accepted, however you may choose to attach your audio recording to a slide show of images, and submit the video.

5. Your performance can be an ensemble (any size)​, or solo act.

6. No lip syncing will be accepted, however, vocalists may record their live performance to a pre-recorded accompaniment track. 

7. YouTube links cannot be monetized. Settings must be "made for kids," and "unlisted" (after Arts Week has concluded, you may make your YouTube video public. 

Music

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Theater, Film, Animation

Category Includes: drama productions, speech and debate, animation, and read aloud performances of written material.

All submissions must be pre-recorded.

Accepted Submission Formats:

Files (.mov, .mp4), Google Slides, PowerPoint, Website Links (i.e. YouTube, Vimeo, etc.)

If your file is more than 5 GB, please upload it to YouTube and submit a link. 

1. You must have copyright permission to utilize images or recordings you don't own or to perform and record the work of another. (see copyright info). 

2. Be sure your production is "school appropriate" (language, dress, behavior).

3. YouTube links cannot be monetized. Settings must be "made for kids," and "unlisted" (after Arts Week has concluded, you may make your YouTube video public. 

Theater

 Film 

Animation

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Visual Art

Accepted Submission Formats 

Files (jpg, png, .mov, .mp4), Google Slides, PowerPoint, Website Links (i.e. emaze, Prezi, Virtual Galleries, etc.)

1. You must have copyright permission to utilize images or recordings you don't own. (see copyright info)

2. Please submit high resolution photographs of any visual artwork that is not produced digitally. 

Resources: 

3. YouTube links cannot be monetized. Settings must be "made for kids," and "unlisted" (after Arts Week has concluded, you may make your YouTube video public. 

Visual Art

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Dance

Acceptable Submission Formats: Video files (.mp4, or .mov) Google Slides or PowerPoint, Website Links (YouTube, Vimeo, etc.) If your file exceeds 5GB, upload it to YouTube and submit a link. 

1. Choreography must be original.

2. Pre recorded tracks of music are covered under SGUSD's blanket license. If you choose to also record your own music, you must have copyright permission to do so. (see copyright info)

3.. Your performance can be an ensemble (any size)​, or solo act.

4. Be sure your production is "school appropriate" (language, dress, behavior).

5. YouTube links cannot be monetized. Settings must be "made for kids," and "unlisted" (after Arts Week has concluded, you may make your YouTube video public. 

Dance

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San Gabriel Unified School District 

Visual and Performing Arts

408 Juniperro Serra Drive

San Gabriel, CA 91776

www.sgusd.k12.ca.us

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