“Art belongs here!”
Where do you see art? On a poster? In a book? On a wall? On a website?
Where do you make art or find others making art? In a classroom? In a studio? At the kitchen table? Outside?
Leaders After Hours is teaming up with the Arts Council of the Southern Finger Lakes to bring you the “Art Belongs Here” National Youth Art Month competition!
Grades K-4 Tell us where art belongs in 25-250 words. You may include an image to illustrate your words.
Grades 5-8 Write a poem or short story that talks about where art belongs. Poems and short stories should not exceed 500 words.
Grades 9-12 Write a poem or short story that talks about where art belongs. Poems and short stories should not exceed 500 words.
All work should be submitted to email@example.com by Monday, March 7 for consideration! Please include your name, grade, and the school district you are a part of. Winners will be notified by email.
All winning works will be featured in the National Youth Art Month publication in The Leader on Thursday, March 17!