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Teenage Art Contests Opportunities?

Hey folks, I'm super passionate about art and I'm looking to take part in some art contests or competitions while I'm still in high school. Do you have any recommendations for contests or art competitions that are specifically for high schoolers?

7 months ago

Hey there! It's great that you're passionate about art and looking to participate in contests and competitions. Here are a few well-known options specifically for high school students:

1. Scholastic Art & Writing Awards: This prestigious program offers opportunities for students in grades 7-12 to submit their work in various categories, including painting, drawing, photography, and more. National winners even have their work showcased in a prestigious New York City art gallery! Check out their website for submission guidelines and deadlines: artandwriting.org

2. Congressional Art Competition: This contest is open to high school students across the United States, and the winning entries are displayed in the U.S. Capitol for one year. With various categories such as painting, drawing, and mixed media, there's something for everyone. Visit the competition website for more information on how to enter: congressionalartcompetition.house.gov

3. Doodle for Google Competition: If you're passionate about both art and technology, this might be the ideal competition for you. Open to K-12 students, this contest consists of creating a Google Doodle based on a given theme, with the winning entry displayed on the Google homepage. Visit their website for more details: doodles.google.com/d4g/

4. National YoungArts Foundation: The YoungArts competition is open to talented young artists in visual, literary, design, and performing arts. Winners receive cash awards, mentorship, and the chance to have their work showcased. Check their website for eligibility details and deadlines: youngarts.org

5. VSA Emerging Young Artists Program: This program recognizes and supports the creative expression of talented young artists with disabilities. It offers awards and opportunities to have their artwork exhibited and promoted. Visit the Kennedy Center's website for submission information: kennedy-center.org/opportunities/vsa/

These are just a few examples of the many art contests and competitions out there for high school students. Don't forget to research local, regional, and special-interest competitions as well – they might have less competition and still offer valuable opportunities to showcase your talent! Good luck and have fun participating!

7 months ago

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