A. Fine Arts and Kappa Tau should choose the FAAI registrant type in the online registration or complete the Orlando19 Paper Registration Form. All other students and siblings, ages 11 and up should register as a National Youth Convention attendee online or on the Orlando19 Paper Registration Form. Parents and adult chaperones can register as a Parent/Adult Chaperone attendee.
National Youth Convention registration and Youth Leader/Adult Chaperone registration includes admission to view all Fine Arts and Kappa Tau presentations, National Youth Convention services, workshops, the Exhibit Hall, Celebration Service, one event t-shirt, and an official program. Fine Arts and Kappa Tau registration also includes presentation evaluation sheets and certificates.
AIM registration includes all of the above as well as AIM Outreach participation, all meals (Tuesday–Saturday), insurance while participating at the Outreach, AIM training, ministry materials, and one AIM t-shirt.
Fine Arts and Kappa Tau registration includes admission to view all of the Fine Arts and Kappa Tau presentations, National Youth Convention services, workshops, the Exhibit Hall, Celebration Service, one event t-shirt, and an official program. Fine Arts and Kappa Tau participant registration includes all initial presentation evaluation sheets and certificates. (All materials must be collected on-site and are not mailed.)
A. If a participant misses the selection of a category on his/her registration, he/she may add it by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org through June 7 with complete details and payment information.
A. Approval for a refund due to unexpected emergencies may be requested only by submitting the Refund Request form at http://youth.ag.org/refund. Absolutely no refunds will be administered after August 10, 2019. Refund approvals are not guaranteed, and any refunds that are approved will incur a 30% nonrefundable administrative fee (page 16, 2019 Rule Book).
A. A Tentative Category Schedule and an overview of the week's schedule will be available late June to mid-July 2019. Registration numbers may render this schedule invalid. Updates will be made post-registration as time allows. Plan to attend the entire event, July 30–August 3, 2019. Neither NFAF nor AGYM are responsible for travel or other plans affected by changes to this schedule. Actual Individual Presentation Schedules are distributed at On-Site Check-In on Tuesday, July 30. NFAF does not accommodate schedule changes for non-NFAF events, travel, etc.
A. For the 2019 Festival, all writing and film entries will be evaluated on-site.
Four copies of each writing entry (with the exception of Children’s Literature) for the NFAF must be hand-delivered to the Art/Film/Writing/Business Plan Check-In Booth by the student or an adult representative between 9 AM and 6 PM following the completion of On-Site Check-In on Tuesday, July 30, 2019 (page 93, 2019 Rule Book)
Film entries for the NFAF must be hand-delivered on two USB flash drives (multiple file formats encouraged) in an envelope with the student’s first name, last name, church name, city, and state to the Art/Film/Writing/Business Plan Check-In Booth by the student or an adult representative following the completion of On-Site Check-In on Tuesday, July 30, 2019 (pages 37 and 41, 2019 Rule Book).
A. No. Each category is an additional $20. If you are only in one category, your registration fee is $105. Add $20 for each additional category. There is no cap on the registration fee.
A. Due to the large size and limited time frame of Orlando19, special scheduling requests are not accommodated. It is recommended that all Fine Arts, Kappa Tau, and AIM participants be present the entire week (from On-Site Check-In on July 30, 2019 through the Celebration Service on August 3, 2019). For your convenience, a Tentative Category Schedule will be available late June.
A. Yes. A responsible adult must be present on-site to drop off and collect your piece, evaluation sheets, and certificates for you during the week. No materials are mailed.
A. On-Site Check-In begins on July 30, 2019 between 9 AM and 6 PM.
A. National Youth Convention registrants, Parent/Adult Chaperone registrants, and day passes may be purchased on-site.
A. Please have a responsible adult already on-site to complete check-in for you. NFAF Participant check-in must be completed on Tuesday, July 30.
A. No. It is recommended that only one or two representatives complete On-Site Check-In for each church/group.
A. Yes. The representative checking in should have each person's confirmation letter. If a participant, Fine Arts leader, or youth pastor has not received a confirmation letter from AGYM as of July 2019, please contact the NFAF office by e-mailing email@example.com. Please also bring a typed list of any on-site cancellations or a substitution form for all changes.