Submission Instructions

  1. Begin your application by completing the form at
  2. Send an email to, with the subject line “[YOUR NAME] – Strogatz Prize entry,” containing:
    1. A brief essay describing your project and how it promotes math communication and celebrates the universality of math.  (Please answer in 300 words or fewer.)
    2. Your math communication project (as attachment, weblink, YouTube link, or PDF) from one of the following categories:
      • Art
      • Audio (maximum length 4 minutes)
      • Performance (maximum length 4 minutes; if your audio or video is a performance, please submit in this category)
      • Social media (include the full feed plus 3 featured posts that are representative of the work)
      • Video (maximum length 4 minutes)
      • Writing (maximum length 10 pages; send as attachment, not as a Google doc or part of a website)

All submissions must be sent electronically and in English.

Application deadline: April 24, 2024

By submitting your entry, you understand and agree that you are granting the National Museum of Mathematics an irrevocable, nonexclusive, royalty-free license to use, modify, distribute (commercially or otherwise), or publicly display your work, or to use it for any other purpose at the Museum’s sole discretion.