Their work was evaluated by 50 local artists who served as jurors.
“Vis Arts is thrilled to be the affiliate partner for the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards for the second year in a row,” said Stefanie Fedor, executive director of the Visual Arts Center of Richmond.
National Medalists and their educators were celebrated at the National Ceremony at Carnegie Hall in New York City.
Creative teens in grades 7–12 from Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Ocean, and Salem Counties in New Jersey may participate in the South Jersey Art Region.
There, you will find important dates and instructions for signing up to participate in the competition.
While you wait for your work to be judged, be sure to check our art and writing summer programs!Luck Gallery and throughout the building, from February 16 through March 2.A reception for all award winners (Gold, Silver, Honorable Mention) will be held at Vis Arts on Saturday, February 23 from 1-4 p.m.Plus, winners will be invited to be honored at the Belin-Blank Center Scholastic Celebration!Students who earn Honorable Mention, Silver, or Gold Key Awards in either Art or Writing in the Iowa or Midwest Regions are invited to "The Belin-Blank Center Presents: A Scholastic Celebration in Three Acts".The Celebration also recognizes the teachers who are listed on the submission forms of student pieces.In all, over 1000 students and almost 500 teachers are invited to attend the event, which takes place Sunday, March 10, 2019, in the University of Iowa's Memorial Union in Iowa City, Iowa. Gold Key works automatically advance to national judging.Every year, we accept and judge submissions to the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards from Iowa and the Midwest Region-at-Large.To submit your work, you will first need to visit the national Scholastic Art & Writing Awards website.The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards program is the nation’s longest-running, largest, most prestigious recognition program for creative teens.Over the past 95 years, the Awards have recognized and encouraged artists and writers such as Sylvia Plath, Andy Warhol, Truman Capote, Robert Redford, Tom Otterness, and Zac Posen, among countless others.