Celebrate Halloween with ASU’s Digital Culture costume and film contest

Do you love the spirit of Halloween, but can’t seem to figure out how to celebrate this year? ASU’s School of Arts, Media and Engineering is hosting a contest that might whet your ghoulish appetite.

The School of Arts, Media and Engineering announced the Digital Culture Costume and Film Contest, which will be held on October 31st, 2013. Contestants can design a costume that incorporates at least one “digital or media” element, or produce a scary film (live action or animated) between 1-3 minutes in length. Entries must be appropriate for all audiences.

The prizes for each of the contests include up to $200 in reimbursed supplies for Digital Culture studies and projects.

Contestants must be ASU Digital Culture majors or graduate students in the School of Arts, Media and Engineering. The Digital Culture labs will be available for students to work on their submissions, but contestants have to provide your own materials for costume and film production.

The entry deadline for the contest is September 30th.

To learn more and enter the competition, contact Felicity Snyder at the School of Arts, Media and Engineering.

Image courtesy of William Warby, used under CC BY 2.0 license