Students in grades K-12 are invited to participate in the
3rd annual ADE
2013 student art competition
The Everyday Art of Arizona is a visual arts competition for elementary, middle and high school students in the state of Arizona.
Where do you find art in the world around you? Is it in the design of your school desk? Is it in the soaring red rocks of Sedona? Is it in the streamlined sports car moving down your street? Art is everywhere – in nature, in human endeavors and in the created space where we live and go to school. Celebrate the everyday art you find in your Arizona community with your artwork entry!
We are pleased to announce the 2012-2013 student artist winners from the 2nd Annual Student Art Competition! On Friday, January 11, 14 student artists and their families, teachers and administrators joined us for a reception to announce this year’s Student Artwork Competition Awardees.
Click here to view the artwork from our Student Artwork Competition Winners.
Click here to view the ADE Press Release.
Arizona: A brilliant kaleidoscope of color, form and design
Past Student Competitions
Arizona’s 1st Annual Student Art Competition 2011-2012
Presented by the Arizona Commission on the Arts and the Arizona Department of Education.
Join colleagues from across the state in a day of professional development focused on arts education. How is arts education affected by the fast-paced education reforms impacting our public schools? How does arts education connect with Arizona’s Common Core Standards? And what is on the horizon for arts education in schools and communities – including a sneak peak at the revision of the National Arts Education Standards?
Explore key areas and trends in arts education, and how educators, teaching artists, administrators and arts organizations can work together to leverage change into opportunity. Keynote speakers, Peter Boonshaft, Professor of Music at Hofstra University, and David Dik, National Executive Director of Young Audiences, will inspire participants to lead the way in the rapidly changing world of arts education.
For more information, go to Joint Arts Education Conference.
Check out Arizona’s outstanding student artists for the 2011-2012 school year at http://arizonaexperience.org/people/featured-artist-arizona-students.