Re-Mix It Competition

 

The Re-Mix It Competition is a celebration of the Public Domain. On January 1, 2019 all work published in the United States in 1923 entered the public domain. The competition celebrates the expansion of the public domain by encouraging students to engage with public domain works to create new, innovative work.

Both undergraduate and graduate students registered during the Spring semester were encouraged to submit. Entries were required to be an original creation incorporating public domain works, but could be in any format--video, GIF, animation, etc. Submissions were judged on (1) connection between the work and the public domain, (2) originality, and (3) sensory impact.

This community showcases the winners of the competition.

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  • Gartman, Elizabeth (2019-03-15)

    The Re-Mix it Competition was held at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2019, celebrating the expansion of the public domain by encouraging students to create new, innovative works with items in the ...

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  • Hock, Ryan (2019-03-15)

    The Re-Mix it Competition was held at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2019, celebrating the expansion of the public domain by encouraging students to create new, innovative works with items in the ...

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    video/mp4MPEG-4 video (50MB)
  • Lindsay-Snow, Rachel (2019-03-15)

    The Re-Mix it Competition was held at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2019, celebrating the expansion of the public domain by encouraging students to create new, innovative works with items in the ...

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    video/quicktimeQuickTime video (56MB)
  • Feng, Xiao (2019-03-15)
    The Re-Mix it Competition was held at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2019, celebrating the expansion of the public domain by encouraging students to create new, innovative works with items in the public ...

    video/mp4

    video/mp4MPEG-4 video (14MB)

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