The Sonoran Arts League is announcing a statewide Online Art Contest with cash awards open to grades K-12.
THEME: “Honoring Those Who Serve”
Create artwork expressing your thanks and
appreciation to someone who has made a
difference in your life and help honor those
who serve in our communities and country.
Identify “WHO” inspired your artwork:
Doctor / Nurse / Healthcare Worker
Military / Veteran
Firefighter / Police Officer / Civil Service
Educator / Art Teacher
Sports / Athletics / Mentor / Coach
Parent / Grandparent / Caregiver
This is an opportunity to paint, draw, manipulate
paper, weave, or collage – it’s your choice.
Take all of your favorite art techniques and
materials to combine them into a work of
Register your entry online on the Sonoran Arts League website www.sonoranartsleague.org by September 20th. Click on Art Contest under the Education Tab
For more information view the flyer or contact Executive Director Pat Bell-Demers [email protected].
How about some student artwork that spreads messages of togetherness and hope? Take a trip to this fantastic online art exhibition hosted by Scottsdale Arts Learning & Innovation.
Scottsdale Arts Learning & Innovation launched its first online exhibition in partnership with SUSD high school visual arts students, Scottsdale Artists’ School, and Scottsdale Sister Cities. The exhibition, entitled One World: Out of Many, We Are One, highlights work from nearly 40 youth from schools in Scottsdale. This year’s theme asked students to explore creative ways that we create peace through people-to-people interaction and to think about the ways different nations come together during a time of physical separation… quite timely given where we are today.
Featured Artwork: Eike Mussig Contreras Saguaro High School & Allison Zhang Chaparral High School