• Multimedia Contest 2020

    Contest Entries Due:   January 7, 2020

    General Contest/Festival Information: 

    • Any GPISD K-12 student is eligible to participate.
    • Electronic entries/submissions only
    • Only one entry per student
    • Categories:  Coding, Graphic Design, Media in Motion, and 3D Digital Modeling

    Multimedia Festival/Contest Flyer

    2020 Medal Contest 

    Medal Contest Entries Due: Monday, December 2, 2019 

    Eligibility:​ Middle school or High school students in Digital Design & Media Productions or Digital Art & Animation class (Technology Applications course). 

    Medal Contest Information: 

    • Medal must contain the following text:
      • GPISD or Galena Park ISD
      • 2020
      • MMF or Multimedia Festival
    • High resolution image (300 pixels per inch or higher)
    • File submissions should be in Photoshop file format that includes all layers. (.psd)
    • Submit 1 version of the medal

    Medal Contest Flyer

    Multimedia Festival

    GPISD's annual Multimedia Festival was held on Thursday, March 7, 2019, at North Shore Senior High. 216 students' projects were displayed and each school's technology club was spotlighted at this year's festival. Some of the items that were showcased from the clubs included drones, robots, virtual reality items, among other things. The night finished up with the annual awards ceremony where students were presented with medals and trophies. Thanks to all who attended and worked to make this night a success.

    The 2018 GPISD Multimedia Festival was held on March 1. We celebrated the hard work and accomplishments of almost 400 students. Categories included coding, media in motion, graphic design & 3D digital modeling. Students were presented medals designed by one of our very own GPISD students! Multimedia Festival is always a special time celebrating our talented students.

    The 15th Annual GPISD Multimedia Festival was held on March 2. There was a great turnout with over 450 campus winning projects. New categories were introduced to the contest this year, coding, choice challenge, graphic design, and 3D modeling. The students took on these new categories and produced some great projects. We want to thank everyone involved in helping with the projects to make this festival a success.

    The theme for the 2015-2016 Multimedia Contest was "How to?... Here's How." The festival was held on March 10, 2016. There were over 700 winning campus projects and 160 District winners.

    The theme for the 2014-2015 Multimedia Contest was Forward to the Future. We had close to 2500 projects entered into the Multimedia Contest. Approximately 500 campus and district winners were invited to the Festival. Technology offers a wealth of information that is a necessity in today’s world.

    The privilege of technology includes responsibility of use. Remember, as adults and parents we need to be aware of what students are doing and accessing online. We need to know where they are going and where they have been. Students, you know the rules of online use, please be responsible and always follow those rules.