Color Yourself Purple For Epilepsy!
Epilepsy Awareness/Purple Day® Awareness Art Contest
The Epilepsy Foundation of Northern California (EFNC) is calling for
Art in All Forms
(photographs, videos, drawings, sculptures - anything representative of living with epilepsy) to be submitted in support of Epilepsy Awareness.
Anyone can submit their artwork via digital form for consideration for one of three prizes in each of three age categories. Artwork will be displayed on the EFNC website, as well as social media, and the winners will be announced and published on
Epilepsy Awareness/Purple Day® on March 26, 2016.
Dates to Remember
- February 13: Contest begins
- March 18: Submission deadline (midnight PST)
- March 21-23: Judging period
- March 26: Winners announced and artwork published on Epilepsy Awareness/Purple Day®
Entries will only be accepted and considered if they abide by the contest rules. Click
for contest rules.
Three cash prizes will be awarded to each of the following categories:
- Kids (ages 2-10)
- Young Adults (ages 11-20)
- Adults (21+)
What is Purple Day?
Purple Day® began in 2008 by then nine-year old Canadian Cassidy Megan. Today, Purple Day® is celebrated in more than 80 countries, with thousands of epilepsy awareness events taking place in schools, hospitals, malls, businesses and local communities. Governors, mayors, state legislatures and city councils have issued Purple Day® Proclamations in support of epilepsy awareness.
This contest is supported by a grant to increase public awareness of epilepsy from the Anita Kaufmann Foundation. We are excited to use these funds in support of Epilepsy Awareness/Purple Day® activities.