I. Activity Origin
A map usually serves as a guide to an unknown world, and a map of Taipei National University of the Arts bears the responsibility of pointing to the direction of art. In 1570, Flemish cartographer Abraham ortelius published the first modern atlas, which he referred to as the grand view of earth. It was also known as the Theatre of the World because he believed that maps enabled us to see performances presented by the world, just as if one is inside a theatre. Please draw the theatre that is Taipei National University of the Arts, so that people from around the world will be able to locate their own seat or stage precisely using your map.
II. Organizing Units
Organizer: President’s Office
Executive Unit: Student Activity Section, Office of Student Affairs
All registered students of Taipei National University of the Arts are welcome to participate.
IV. Format Specification
- Create a campus map in any format of your choice: electronic drawing, paper drawing, or a 3D model.
- The size of the map is unlimited, but the proportions of objects on the map and the distance between objects should be reasonable.
- The map should contain correct information and include every building on campus, regions, venues, landscapes and restaurants, etc.
- The map must contain artistic characteristics, showcasing school highlights and encouraging each department to unleash their own creative capacity based on departmental specialties.
V.Submissions and Contact Informatio
Submission dates: Now until 8/30/2020
Requirement: Application form and the map design
Announcements and Information: See the official school website
For any questions, please contact coordinator, Wu of the Student Activity Section at ext. 1325, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
VI. Winning Prize
- One chosen winner will receive a scholarship of NT$30,000 and a certificate of merit. (Supported by design fee, including various supplementary premiums totaling NT$30,000)
- To encourage student participation, all participants will receive a certificate of appreciation.
VII. Evaluation Standard
- School administrative officers, student representatives, visual art teachers and teachers of other artistic practices will be invited to form a jury, which will be responsible for evaluation of the submissions in September.
- Evaluation standard: informative features 50%, artistic presentation 50%.
VIII. Copyrights, relevant regulations and warnings
- The person submitting an entry must have designed the work or be the owner of its copyrights. The entry must not have participated in other related design competitions in Taiwan or abroad. Plagiarism, copies, re-productions and forgeries are strictly prohibited. Should any disputes occur and violations are proven, the entry creator shall bear all resulting legal responsibilities, and the organizer shall have the right to take away the award and confiscate the prizes.
- The organizer reserves the right to change the date of the event, and may ultimately decide that no winning entry was found.
- The winner must sign an “Intellectual Property License Agreement”.
- All submitted entries must be in electronic file format.
- Entries without complete information are disqualified and shall not be accepted by the organizer.
- The organizer reserves the right to partially modify the winning entry design, and may use the winning entry’s images, textual descriptions and relevant information in accordance with copyright law. The organizer may exercise all the rights to duplicate and publicly display the entry or modified entry for an unlimited duration, times, and methods (including exhibition, promotion, animation, video, photography, reporting, and printing, etc.) The organizer may use the entry in related activities or products without additional compensation to the entry creator.
- After an entry is submitted, the entry creator is deemed as agreeing to and abiding by all the regulations of this activity.