Expressions of Courage® Art Contest for People with Epilepsy Now Accepting Entries

Expressions of Courage, a national contest for people with epilepsy, will be open for entries through Aug. 28. The contest helps showcase the talent and inspiration of people across BlueHost优惠码 the country living with epilepsy. A panel of epilepsy advocates, art industry representatives and healthcare experts will serve as contest judges and will announce the winners in November.

The contest helps showcase the talent and inspiration of people across the country living with epilepsy. For people living with epilepsy, art can be a self-expressive, visual demonstration of how it feels to live with this serious neurological condition.

Entries are judged based on creativity and the ability to bring to life the experiences of living with epilepsy. Call (800) 224-4935 or visit for more information or to view previous winning artwork. To download an entry form please visit .

Contest Details:

Artwork may be created in ink, pencil, crayon, paint or a combination of these materials and must be on paper or board no larger than 8 ½ by 11 inches. Contest entries will be categorized into three age groups: children ages 12 years old and younger; teens age 13 to 17; and adults 18 years of age and older. Multiple submissions will be accepted.

Winners will be highlighted on the Expressions of Courage® Web site. A few winning pieces will also be chosen by curators from the Society for the Arts in Healthcare for display in a traveling art exhibition comprised of more than 20 winning entries from the past seven contests.

Please send original artwork and a completed entry form to:

Expressions of Courage®
389 Pittstown Road
Pittstown, NJ 08867

To download the Expressions of Courage® entry form and review the rules and regulations, click here or call the Contest Help Line at 800-224-4935 with questions.

Contest sponsors Ortho-McNeil Neurologics in partnership with the Epilepsy Foundation, would like to encourage the epilepsy community to participate.

Download entry form here:

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About Arlene Martell

Arlene Martell is the publisher of and the author of Getting Adam Back – A Mother's triumph over Epilepsy and Autism. She resides in a seaside suburb on Vancouver BC Canada with her husband James and their four children Adam, Justin, Shelby and Victoria.