Criteria for Judging a Stage Play 1. Acting 40% 1. Characterization 2. Use of voice, energy levels 3. Movement 4.

Teamwork, use of stage space 2. Fidelity to original work 15% 1. Originality of the piece 2. Use of language 3. Production 20% 1. Method of performance 2. Efficient use of space 3. Relevance of the musical soundtrack 4. Stage Presentation 10% 1. Costumes 2. Props 3. Appeal to the audience 5. Dramatic Achievement 15% 1. Performance craft 2. Level of difficulty

Criteria for Judging an Artwork 1. Creativity/Artistry - Originality is essential in judging an art contest. Even if each media has a limited amount of materials and tools that may be used, the way the artist combines these can result in an original piece. Two pieces that are similar in concept and design can be at a disadvantage. The artist may be creative in the main idea or the method of execution. Often, artists are asked to submit a brief description of the piece and method of execution, which may be considered during judging. 2. Quality of artistic Composition and Visual Impact - Art contest entries are always judged according to the quality of execution of the piece, design, composition and technique. The quality is judged differently in each art medium. For instance, in painting, the

quality of the piece may be established judging by the accuracy of the drawing (for realistic paintings). quality of the colors and balance between colors and design. 4. Neatness . control of the medium.An art contest is often centered on a theme and the participants are asked to create a piece of art on that given theme. The pieces can be judged on how well they represent the theme and whether the theme is understood by others. . 3. Interpretation and the clarity of the theme to the viewer.

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