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Two new opportunities for you and your students! This challenge asks students to produce boundary-breaking creations that are conceptually or socially-driven and incorporate new materials and technologies like 3D printing and 3D design software as tools for innovation.
Submissions should be experimental in nature and can include collaboration up to 4 peopleinteraction participatory performance, project-based community practice, new media strategies, public art proposals, social media campaigns, application software APPSamong others.
While mixing art and writing is encouraged, any submission which involve writing should deconstruct traditional forms of prose or poetry, employing interactive tools, social media, or radically new forms and perspectives to push the boundaries of the writer's medium.
This can include but is not limited to: Students can submit jpegs, videos, text files and web addresses that fully represent all components of the project. Students are required to submit a description of the project in addition to all content and media that represent the components.
Duck Tape is looking for new and exciting ways to use this product. They have a rich tradition of using Duck Tape for fashion, try and get your students to think of unique innovative ways to use the product, Sculpture, Mixed Media, Jewerly and beyond. How can you get some Duck Tape to use with your students?
Saturday, December 1, 5: First come, first served. Please contact the Oregon Art Education Association at oaeastatement gmail.
When you register as a teacher you have access to a bounty of information. You will have access to the following, student information, emails, works registered and forms. You can run reports and print out Excel spreadsheets.
It's a great way to keep track of what's going on! Important information - Categories Every year students submit work in the wrong category. Judges cannot jury work if it's in the wrong category.
Here are the categories that get most confused, as they are defined by the National Scholastic office: So, if it's made in clay or glass and it is not a vessel, it should be submitted as a Sculpture.
Examples including but not limited to Vases, teapots, bowls, plates, cups, tiles, tableware or other vessels. Ceramic pieces may include earthenware, stoneware, or porcelain,etc. Glass pieces may include stained glass, cast glass, fused glass, blown glass, etc.
Mixed Media - This one is probably the worst!
If it's a painting with a little bit of charcoal, it's a painting. If it's a drawing with some watercolor, it's a drawing. Examples including but not limited to Collage, assemblage, cut paper, handmade paper, batik, fiber-based art, fine art books, etc. The production of digital art relies entirely upon computer software such as Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Macromedia Freehand, CorelDraw, or other graphics editing programs.
This is not digital photography, unless it's heavily manipulated. Examples including but not limited to Digital collages, photo manipulation, digital painting, and fractal art. Category Description Art portfolios must include 8 different artworks from any combination of the individual Art categories listed on this page except for Video Games.
A portfolio may also consist entirely of works from the same category. Video Games may not be submitted as part of an Art Portfolio. Submissions Each work within the Art Portfolio is subject to the same upload rules as its equivalent in individual categories.
For example, a sculpture entry as part of a portfolio is allowed up to four images, while a photography entry is allowed one image.Online registration for the Hawaiʻi Regional Scholastic Art Awards will open for submissions on Wednesday, September 12, Participation is free.
Students will not be charged a . The Crocker Art Museum is now displaying art and writing from the Scholastic Awards. Opening reception for the exhibition is November 11, pm at the Crocker Art Museum.
Join us!Account Status: Verified. How to Enter the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards: Students in grades 7–12 in the U.S. and its territories, as well as American schools abroad, are invited to submit creative and original work to any of the Awards’ 29 art and writing categories, including architecture, photography, flash fiction, poetry, painting, video game design and more.
Numerous middle school students were recently recognized in the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. Each year the contest, which began in , presents regional and national awards to students in grades 7 to 12 in a variety of literary and artistic categories. Arlington Public Schools prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, national origin, creed, color, religion, gender, age, economic status, sexual orientation, marital status, genetic information, gender identity or expression, and/or disability.
The Art Academy of Cincinnati (AAC) partners with the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers to administer the Regional Scholastic Art Awards for Southwest Ohio, Northern Kentucky and Southeast Indiana.