Museum of Science Fiction teams up with Disney’s “Tomorrowland” to search for visions of the future
The Vision of Tomorrow Contest invites fans ages 13 and up to create a display that reveals their predicted landscape of the future. Using any materials, entrants will create and photograph their design for submission via email. Visions can be built from, but are not limited to, drawings, blocks, paper clips, 3D printing – whatever captures the builder’s imagination. As in the world of Tomorrowland, the sky is the limit.
The contest runs May 1 – May 18, 2015. Two winners will be selected by the judging committee based on the qualities of: originality, detail, scope of vision and overall creativity. Another 25 entries will be selected for showcase on The Museum of Science Fiction Facebook page www.facebook.com/museumofsciencefiction, where fans can vote for one “People’s Choice” Award. Three total winners from the two categories will each receive a prize pack including promotional items from “Tomorrowland” and a $50 gift card for a theater chain in their area to see the movie.
Entries must consist of no more than four photos of the creation, showcasing different angles, and each photo must be 1MB or smaller in size. They may be submitted to email@example.com and include the creator’s full name, address and date of birth. Complete rules of this contest are available at www.museumofsciencefiction.org/tomorrowland
About The Movie:
In Disney’s riveting mystery adventure “Tomorrowland,” a jaded scientist and an optimistic teen embark on a danger-filled mission to unearth the secrets of an enigmatic place somewhere in time and space. The film stars George Clooney, Hugh Laurie, Britt Robertson and Tim McGraw, is directed by Brad Bird. It is Rated PG and opens in theaters nationwide on May 22. www.disney.com/tomorrowland
About The Museum of Science Fiction:
The nonprofit Museum of Science Fiction will be the world’s first comprehensive science fiction museum, covering the history of the genre across the arts and providing a narrative on its relationship to the real world. The Museum will show how science fiction continually inspires individuals, influences cultures, and impacts societies. Also serving as an educational catalyst to expand interest in the science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM) areas, the Museum uses tools such as mobile applications and wifi-enabled display objects to educate and entertain. For a full press packet on the Museum of Science Fiction’s vision and other information, visit: www.museumofsciencefiction.org/presspacket