The creative or constructed object category is a good option for projects that involve media that cannot be displayed in a two-dimensional format. Creative or constructed objects may take many forms, including (but not limited to) 3D models, machines, devices, and/or visual art. All forms of visual art are welcome, including original painting, sculpture, photography, prints, textile arts, fashion designs, drawings, pottery, jewelry, and metal works.
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