From Force For Change, Disney, Lucasfilm and LEGO team up with FIRST to bring the LEGO Star Wars Holiday Contest, available for US, Canadian and UK entrants. Among the judges is none other than Kelly Marie Tran.
BURBANK, Calif., December 9, 2020 This holiday season, as part of the Star Wars: Force For Change initiative, Disney, Lucasfilm, and the LEGO Group are teaming up with the global robotics community FIRST to bring fans an exciting challenge.
LEGO League, students around the world are introduced to the basics of robotics and engineering, using LEGO bricks to build unique solutions that teach coding, creativity, and teamwork. Now, Star Wars: Force for Change and FIRST are challenging you to reimagine LEGO bricks into Star Wars holiday-inspired builds.
In celebration of the release of the LEGO Star Wars Holiday Special on Disney+, we want to see how you, fans ages 13 and up, can use your LEGO bricks to create Star Wars holiday-inspired builds. Share a photo of your LEGO Star Wars holiday designs on Instagram or Twitter with #LEGOStarWarsHolidayContest and one grand prize winner will be selected to receive the LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon (#75192) set and a FIRST LEGO League team or classroom registration. Four runners-up will be selected to receive LEGO Star Wars The Child (#75318), LEGO Star Wars Poe Dameron’s X-wing Fighter (#75273), LEGO Star Wars Sith TIE Fighter (#75272), LEGO Star Wars AT-AT (#75288), and LEGO Star Wars The Razor Crest (#75292).
Virtual LEGO Star Wars holiday designs can also be submitted for entry using LEGO Digital Designer or LEGO BrickLink Studio.
The contest launches December 9, 2020 at 7 am PT, and contestants must share their holiday-inspired LEGO Star Wars builds on Instagram or Twitter using the hashtag #LEGOStarWarsHolidayContest by December 23, 2020 at 11:59 pm PT. Contest announcement video can be found here.
See Official Rules: U.S. & Canada visit http://strw.rs/6008HzUvK;
Great Britain visit http://strw.rs/6005HM4W1.
Eligible countries include the United States, Canada (excluding Quebec), and Great Britain. Contestants must be at least thirteen (13) years of age at time of entry.
With funding support provided by Disney and Lucasfilm, FIRST expands access to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) learning for more than 679,000 students in over 100 countries around the world. Through this ongoing collaboration, Disney and Lucasfilm are helping to deliver hands-on learning opportunities and mentorship to youth, empowering them to not only think big, but to develop the skills needed to become the next generation of diverse creators, thinkers and leaders.
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