This program year, nearlyworks of art and writing were submitted to more than Affiliate Partners across the country.
Each year, the Alliance partners with more than visual and literary-arts organizations across the country to bring the Awards to local communities and the Arnot Art Museum has had the privilege to be a partner since The national Scholastic program has celebrated over 90 years as a unique presence in our nation's classrooms by identifying and documenting outstanding achievement of young artists and writers in the visual and literary arts.
Young artists in grades 7 through 12, from public, private, or home schools, can apply in 14 categories of art, ranging from drawing and painting to fashion and jewelry, for their chance to earn scholarships and have their works exhibited at the Museum.
Submissions are juried by notable professionals in the community involved in the visual and literary arts, some of whom are past award recipients. Panelists look for works that best exemplify originality, technical skill and the emergence of a personal voice or vision. These creative challenges and special awards offer additional opportunities for students and educators to be recognized for their creative, unique, and bold ideas.
Rules Teachers may submit an unlimited number of submissions in 15 individual categories and up to three senior portfolio students with up to 2 portfolios each for a maximum of 6 portfolios. The individual categories include: The Art Portfolio and Photography Portfolio categories have been combined.
All senior portfolios are to be submitted under the Art Portfolio category. Seniors may submit up to 2 portfolios each, containing no more than 8 pieces each. Digital Adjudication The National Program now mandates that all work be adjudicated digitally. The use of this adjudication method means that quality photography of your submissions is very important.
Registration Fees The registration fees cover regional franchise fees paid to the Scholastics Inc. Checks should be made payable to the Arnot Art Museum.The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards are the nation’s longest-running and most prestigious recognition program for creative teens in grades 7–12, and Appel Farm is thrilled to be the new host of the South Jersey Art Region!
Scholastic Art & Writing Awards Announced Twenty NA students across five grades earned 47 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards in the following categories: art portfolio, comic art, critical essay, drawing/illustration, flash fiction, painting, personal essay/memoir, photography, poetry and short story.
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The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards are open for submissions Announcing the Class of National Student Poets Meet the teen poets selected to . Oct 06, · The scholastic art and writing awards, the longest running, most prestigious recognition program for teen artists and writers.
Hear what past winners have to say about it.