Art contests are a great way for children to share their creativity. I scour the web to find what I think are the best contests for kids and share them with you!
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“Animal Rescue” Kids’ Art Contest
We’re asking our young “Animal Rescue” fans (age 16 and under) to send us drawings of their favorite animals. Every month we will select one drawing to post on our website.
The winner and five runners-up will receive an official “Animal Rescue” Prize Package.
Only U.S. residents are eligible for prizes.
Send your artwork, along with your name, age, full mailing address and e-mail address to:
Telco Productions, Inc.
2730 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 200
Santa Monica, CA 90403
For more information please visit: “Animal Rescue” Kids’ Art Contest
The International Environmental Children’s Drawing Contest
|Theme||The Earth: a Miracle Planet|
|Eligibility||Children aged 7 through 15|
|Registration Deadline||The application must reach us by May 30, 2014.|
|Application||Requirements : Paper size 257×364mm or smaller.
Drawing tools : Draw in free hand with any type of paint, pastel, etc.Important note:
(a) Please enter necessary information on the application form at the back and attach it to the back of the drawing.
(b) Please be sure that the drawing has been drawn personally and has not been published in other newspapers or magazines.
(c) All materials received will not be returned as a general rule.
(d) All materials received will become the property of JQA and may be used in publications or on the Web for publicity and promotional purposes.
(e) Applications sent in groups, such as a school, should be sent in a single packet.
(f) Please note that drawings with text (such as posters) are not eligible for the contest.
|Mailing address||Please send your drawings to : International Environmental Children’s Drawing Contest Office POB 264, Kyobashi Yubinkyoku, Tokyo, 104-8691, Japan|
|Winners announcement||August 2014
(to be posted on the Contest webpage)
|Prizes/Awards||48 winners will receive special memorabilia. All entrants will receive a participation prize.|
For more information please visit: The International Environmental Children’s Drawing Contest
New York Youth Symphony – “First Art”
Information from their website: Just as First Music commissions the nation’s best young composing talent, First Art seeks to give the same opportunity to emerging artists and illustrators. Each season, a young American artist receives a commission of $1,000 to produce a new visual illustration celebrating the spirit of music.
Online submissions for the 2014/2015 season’s commission must be received by 5 pm on January 31, 2014. There is a $25 application fee.
The applicant must be an US citizen (or non-citizen lawfully and permanently residing in the United States) who is between the ages of 12 and 22 on the application deadline date.
The following styles will be considered:
- Graphic art
The work to be commissioned must be previously unpublished and not publicly viewed, and will become the property of the New York Youth Symphony. Acknowledgment of the artist will be made when the artwork is used.
The artist will be expected to work in cooperation with the New York Youth Symphony Executive Director to produce an acceptable work. The artist will be provided with samples of all pieces using the artwork.
First Art is graciously underwritten by the Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation.
For more information please visit: New York Youth Symphony – First Art
2014 International Aviation Art Contest – “Flying Saves Lives”
Theme: This year’s theme is “Flying Saves Lives”. Artwork is judged, at least in part, for its creative use of this year’s theme in relation to the aviation world.
Format: The required format is A3 (11-3/4” x 16.5”). Or, if this is unobtainable, the nearest possible equivalent. Artwork must NOT be framed or outlined with borders.
Medium: All artwork must be done by hand (or, in the case of physically challenged children, by foot or mouth). Any of the following media are permitted: watercolor, acrylic, oil paint, indelible marker pens, felt-tip pens, soft ball-point pens, indelible ink, Crayola or any similar indelible medium. The following media are NOT permitted: pencil, charcoal or other non-permanent medium; computer-generated artwork; collage work involving the use of photocopies.
Deadline: Entries must be sent to your state’s sponsor office (see return address on this brochure or go to: www.nasao.org) and must be postmarked by Friday, January 17, 2014.
Eligibility: All children in the age groups shown below are encouraged to participate in the contest, even if they are related to officials or employees of the FAI or any of its member organizations.
For more information please visit: 2014 International Aviation Art Contest