“MY PERSONALITIES”

Everyone has contrasting sides to their personality! One part of us may be withdrawn, while another side might be very lively.
Draw at least 2 self-portraits using only line.  Each drawing will represent a contrasting side of your personality.

REQUIREMENTS
Submissions must be line drawings, no shading!  All 2D & 3D media are accepted. (use wire to “draw” lines!)
In your text caption, explain how your drawing approach communicates a specific side of your personality.
Read sample text captions by hovering over the images below.

TO SUBMIT
Post your artwork on Instagram, tag us @art.prof  w/ #artprofdare.
Or, post on our Facebook page.  Use #artprofwip and our staff may stop by and give you feedback!

 We feature your submissions on our Instagram and Facebook page too!
Submissions close Sun., April 30 @ 11:59pm EST

ARTIST PRIZES / PARTICIPANTS
All participants are eligible to have their name and website linked on the Art Dare page!  We award prizes in categories based on the submissions we receive. In the past, prizes we’ve given have included “Tremendous Improvement,” “Innovative Brainstorming,” and Honorable Mentions. To be eligible for a prize, your artwork must be created specifically for this Art Dare, and follow all guidelines.

Prize winners receive: a 10 min. audio critique on 3-5 artworks from Prof Lieu + an Art Prof T-shirt!

Honorable mentions will win an Art Prof sticker set.

ART TEACHER’S PRIZE
Art Teachers: assign this Art Dare to one of your classes!

One class will win a large Art Prof sticker for each student, and a class video critique from Prof Lieu. In the class video critique, each student will receive a 1 minute critique on an artwork of their choice. Limit of 25 students. Grades 8 and up are eligible.

Submission Guidelines for Art Teachers
If you have an Instagram for your classroom, post your students’ responses there. Encourage your students to post on their own accounts as well! For each submission, tag us @art.prof w/ #artprofdare. Or, you can create a folder in Google Drive or Dropbox and share it with us.

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