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OPEN CALL

9th Annual Young Artists Exhibition

 

The Saint Louis Art Museum’s Teen Arts Council invites St. Louis area teens 13 to 18 to submit up to two artworks exploring the theme “Metamorphosis: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow.”

 

  • What does change look like to you?

  • What are the challenges of transition?

  • How has the passage of time affected your perception of transformation?

  • How do we (d)evolve?

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Get your kids’ creative engines started!
 
Unpack the art supplies, unbuckle imaginations, and kickstart the freewheeling designs of what your kids think cars should look like in the future. 

Each year, a total of nine U.S. winners are selected: the top three in each of the three age categories (4-7 years old; 8-11 years old; and 12-15 years old). Judging based on three criteria: execution, uniqueness, and artistry of concept. 

Design-A-Bag (DAB) online competition is the only bag designing event of its kind for designers and design students all over the world.
 

The annual event brings together a global design community to Fashion Access trade fair in Hong Kong to showcase their creations to the world and exchange design concepts among talents from various cultures and backgrounds.

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EarthX is hosting an Eco-Art Contest, calling upon students ages 5 to 22 to create an artwork and essay that inspires sustainable action with the theme “No Time to Waste.” Winners receive cash prizes ranging from $125 to $1,500. EarthX also run a Youth Film Challenge in which students aged 10 to 22 create a 50-second film, with winners awarded up to $12,000 total in prizes.

The Walt Disney Family Museum, located in San Francisco, runs a Teen Animation Festival International (TAFI) celebrating animation created by budding artists aged 13 through 19. Previous awards have included family memberships to The Walt Disney Family Museum, portfolio reviews with industry professionals, and Bay Area professional animation studio tours.

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This competition is open to high school students in the 19 Western states and three U.S.-flag islands whose Governors participate in the bipartisan Western Governors’ Association. Students must create two-dimensional works inspired by their state, drawing upon sources such as state history, landmarks, natural resources, parks, monuments, communities and culture etc. The overall winner receives $1,500, with second place awarded $750 and third place $500.

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Each year, the National Young Arts Foundation grants up to US $10,000 in monetary awards, as well as inviting its winners to take part in master classes and courses with world-renowned artists and professionals. Submissions can be entered into the visual, literary, design or performing arts categories. The competition is held annually and is open to students in the USA, aged 15-18 (or in grades 10-12). International students who are studying in the USA on a student visa are also eligible to apply. Application to YoungArts requires an online submission and audition tape or portfolio. Applications cost US$35 per category. Applicants are eligible to submit in more than one discipline or category. 

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The annual art contest for the Orangutan SAFE program is now accepting submissions! Students in 6th through 12th grade whose artwork is selected will be awarded incredible prizes. As a special opportunity for this year’s contest, one entry may be selected as Orangutan SAFE’s new logo.

WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?

Students that are in grades 6th-12th grade (includes home school) and are legal residents of the United States.

 

ART

We are looking for drawn, painted or digitally created 2-D art! The art should incorporate an artistic representation of an orangutan or physical features associated with orangutans. For more details on contest requirements, see the informational packet accessible by using the link below. 

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The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards was launched in 1923 and has become the largest source of scholarships for young, creative students in the United States. Winners of the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards that have gone on to become icons in their respected fields include Andy Warhol, Sylvia Plath and Stephen King. Students enrolled in schools across the United States and Canada in grades 7 through to 12 can apply. There are a total of 28 art and writing categories to enter. Scholastic partners with over 100 visual and literary arts organizations each year to award students and their schools with over $250,000 in prizes and scholarships. There are opportunities for submitted works to be published in Scholastic publications including the National Catalog and The Best Teen Writing, which are distributed to schools and libraries nationwide.

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Calling all St. Louis County voters and aspiring voters in grades 6-12 or ages 18 years and older!

 

The St. Louis County Board of Elections in partnership with the St. Louis County Library is seeking creative designs for new “I Voted” stickers. 

Entries will be accepted Monday, September 27 through 5 p.m. on Friday, October 15.

 

The winning stickers will be professionally printed and distributed to polling places throughout the County in April 2022. 

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This competition is open for all students in the United States (as well as children of military members stationed overseas) from kindegarten through to Grade 12. Students are asked to create artwork inspired by NASA’s science, technology, aeronautical and human exploration activities under the theme “Virtually Everywhere.” A range of media can be used.

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