Contest Opportunity: Scholastic Art and Writing Competition – Deadline 12/1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Image file requirements:
5″x7″ minimum, 300dpi
After uploading your work (as a JPG file), print your submission forms and have a parent/guardian and an educator sign them.
FORMS WILL BE TURNED INTO TEACHER FOR MAILING

Submission Fee:
$5.00 per individual submission and $20.00 per portfolio submission (only seniors are eligible for this).
Fee waiver forms available if needed

Make checks payable to Alliance for Young Artists & Writers

Gallery of previous winners:

Online Galleries

Contest Opportunity: eSD Login Screen Art – Deadline 12/22

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contest Opportunity: ESD Login Screen Art(used by all teachers in Rockland County), Deadline 11/6 – 12/22, Theme: “Art in STEM”
Images that illustrate how Art is integral to the STEM subjects; how the principles and aesthetics of Art
are incorporated into and reflected in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.
CASH PRIZES!
Photography and Fine Arts Submissions accepted

SPEAK WITH YOUR CLASSROOM TEACHER FOR GUIDELINES
Use this link to be inspired by previous winners: http://eschooldata.com/artists-gallery/

Congratulations and Good Luck to entrants of the Center for Safety and Change Poster Contest

Earlier this month, representatives from the Center for Safety and Change came in to present to the Drawing and Painting, Art IV and Design and Illustration students.  Students learned valuable information on issues surrounding domestic/relational violence against both females and males.

Students were then invited to submit work to the annual poster contest calling for an end to this societal problem.

Congratulations to Sarah Placide, Alexa Laquidara, Haley Mendick, Melanie Gatchalian, Grace Chang, Alexandra Wang, Rebecca Straniere, Grace McInerney, Samantha Sobel, Samantha Pollak, Tianna Powell, Anaya Velez, Kaitlyn Fudge.

Physics Photo Contest

Thanks to the Physics department for bringing back the Physics Photo Contest!

Physics students demonstrated their understanding of Physics concepts in one of three categories: contrived, natural or multiples.  Students worked in teams to create a visually interesting photograph as well as a description of the physics concept being demonstrated. Photos were then shared with the photography students for peer assessment. Below are some of the favorites. Job well done everybody!

color hair

boooks

water pressure

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jenga