Art Information

Each school may have up to 60 entries (all grades combined). Work will be judged and ribbons for first, second and third places will be awarded. At the discretion of the judges, more than one of each place ribbon may be awarded in larger categories of media as follows:

  • Drawing:  Graphite (pencil), Colored pencil, Pen and ink, Charcoal, Pastel, Scratchboard
  • Misc. 2D work: Collage, Cut paper, Crayon resist 
  • Painting:  Watercolor, Acrylic
  • Printmaking 
  • Photography 
  • Sculpture:  Wire, Carving, Modeling
  • Ceramics 
  • Mixed media
  • Crafts:  Baskets, Weaving, Mosaic


*Drawings done from photographs should to differ enough from the original to reflect the student’s creative work as differentiated from copy work.

Please follow these guidelines when preparing Art work:

1. Mat or mount all work.
2. Protect delicate work like pastels with plastic wrap or acetate.
3. Mark each work with a type-written 2x3 inch white card in the lower right hand corner stating Name, Title of Work (if any), Category (from list above), School, and City. Projects without this information will not be presented or judged!
    
All displays will be delivered to the table or wall designated for each category. The exhibit will be closed during the judging. Each school must have at least one person to volunteer with setting up and taking down art displays in the Study Lounge (Bldg. B).

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