ProjectED “Concrete Nouns” Video Contest – $1,000

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ProjectED is back with another awesome (yet educational) video contest. This time around, the team is asking you to create a music video that showcases the difference between abstract and concrete nouns. Concrete nouns are people, places and things that you can physically see and touch. Abstract nouns on the other hand, are emotional ideas that are intangible. Here are some examples: energy, ability, faith, luck, trust, curiosity and education. The best part of all? The song has already been written and recorded by YouTube star Jonathan Mann!

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Fire up your video cameras and put some images to the lyrics. Of course your entry can in any style so if animation is your thing, have at it. Just be creative! There will be two grand prize winners (ages 13+ and 18+) who will receive a $1,000 prize. A lucky finalist will also earn $250 for his or her video. Head over to the contest page for all the details and get filming today!

13+, Song Length, Deadline: July 15th 2013

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