What Will Tomorrow Look Like? Show the Sci-fi Museum to Win Tomorrowland Prizes

  

In his song “Tomorrow,” Morrisssey posses the question, “Tomorrow, will it ever come? And if it does come, will I still be human?”Something like that is the question posed by Disney’s new movie Tomorrowland,  starring George Clooney and premiering nationwide 22 May.

Right now, The Museum of Science Fiction wants to hear the answer to that question from budding futurists, 13 and older. Submit your vision of tomorrow for a chance to win a prize pack including promotional items and tickets to the film.

Create a display that reveals their predicted landscape of the future. Using any materials, you can create and photograph your 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 and 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, 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 tomorrowland@museumofsciencefiction.org and include the creator’s full name, address and date of birth. Complete rules of this contest are available at http://www.museumofsciencefiction.org/presspacket.

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