|Published:||Sep 07, 2012 9:06 PM EDT|
|Updated:||Sep 07, 2012 9:06 PM EDT|
LEE COUNTY, Fl. - Create a piece of art in 24 hours. That's what some students at FGCU are doing for Friday. It's the 6th annual 24-Hour Festival.
Students work in groups to create an original play, movie, song, dance or sculpture. The catch is, they have to somehow incorporate four elements like a broken window and an old picture.
One group tells WINK News, they decided to participate only 30 minutes before the competition started.
"It's going to be really difficult to incorporate every single element and get a final piece," says junior art major, Mark Poucher.
"You have a sentence, a plot fragment and random objects you have to incorporate," adds junior art major, Jilianna Javier.
Students have until 6 pm Sunday to submit their project. The winning group gets a 5-hundred dollar scholarship.
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