For the third year in a row… welcome to our contest featuring Globally inspired Gingerbread houses as a way to celebrate other cultures and to promote world peace. Too often we become bogged down in our own little world – forgetting about the rich tapestry of culture beyond our own borders. This contest serves as fun way to connect across continents.
Inspiration can come from anywhere in the world… perhaps you’d like to make a house with grass on the roof, an ice castle, mud and straw hut, a log cabin, or skyscraper … or maybe a combination of structures from around the world. The choice is yours.
Be sure to connect your creation to the greater vision of world peace in the short essay.
These prize packages are still being developed and are subject to change.
READER’S CHOICE AWARD:
Best in Tulsa:
Tulsa area residents may also enter to win this prize package, sponsored by Philbrook Museum including:
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Important Dates & Deadlines:
August 1, 2012 – December 16, 2012: Contest is open for submissions.
November 12, 2012: All “Best in Tulsa” entries must be uploaded by this date in order to be eligible for display at the Philbrook Museum and for the “Best in Tulsa” prize package.
December 16, 2012: Deadline for all other entries.
December 17, 2012-December 21, 2012: Finalists will be announced.
December 25, 2012: Winners announced. (UPDATE: Winners will be announced the 26th)
To be eligible, please select Tulsa on the entry form and note early deadline: November 12, 2012 Please also note that the house must adhere to the Philbrook’s guidelines on dimensions etc. [Guidelines]
Houses will be voted on by a panel of judges. They will be scored on the following criteria (on a scale of 1-5):
- Overall design
Jenny Buccos from Project Explorer.org
Karen Coates from Rambling Spoon
Dan Noll & Audrey Scott from Uncornered Market
Complete Rules: Please read our complete rules before entering.