Create a video of how you and/or others navigate entropy.
What are the successes and challenges involved in navigating entropy? What are the different approaches to navigating entropy?
The contest is also an invitation to think about the wisest ways of navigating entropy. Since energy and work is always involved in navigating entropy, are we aware of the cost involved, of who/what is paying that cost, of how they are paying it? What makes one approach to navigating entropy more or less wise than another? What alternative approaches might work better?
Videos that highlight either innovative or problematic ways of navigating entropy are especially of interest.
Two prizes will be awarded!
In the spirit of entropy, the winner of a $25 gift certificate to the Dawson bookstore will be chosen at random. In addition a $50 gift certificate to the Dawson bookstore will be awarded to another student based on the creativity and originality of their video.
Deadline to apply:
The deadline to apply to the contest is Friday, March 30, 2018.
Specifications for the video submissions:
The video can be of a person speaking; of a person holding a poem, text or a piece of art; of a building in the city or a nature landscape; an animation; a creative film—or anything else.
The video must be one minute or less in duration and be shot in a landscape format.
The video should be in mp4 format and the file name should be written with the last and first names of the creator plus the title of the piece (title can be shortened), all with lower case letters and using a hyphen between the last name of the creator and the title, and underscores between all other words as indicated below:
Any music and images included in the video must be copyright free and properly credited.
Submit your video:
To enter the competition, complete the participation form below and submit your video in one of the following ways:
You can send your video to email@example.com through WeTransfer.com
Bring your video on a USB stick to:
514 931 8731 extension 1353.