2019 Scholastic Art and All State Art Awards announced!
2019 All State Awards
Students are nominated by their teachers, and then submit a portfolio of 10 digital images of their work and 3 essays on their artistic experiences. These portfolios will be judged by college professors and working artists. The top 20% will be selected as the All State Art Team, and will be honored at an awards ceremony at the Des Moines Art Center. These students will receive scholarship offers, a personalized plaque, and a large poster of their artwork.
Students and Teachers will be recognized at the Des Moines Art Center on Saturday, May 11, 2019.
Two Cedar Rapids Community School District students placed in this year’s competition. Washington senior Hunter Bartlett was 4th and Kennedy student Christian Cahalan was 15th.
2019 Scholastic Art Region-at-Large
Gold Key works automatically advance to national judging. In New York City, nationally renowned creative professionals review Gold Key works from across the country. Jurors select work for national recognition based on three criteria: Originality, Technical Skill, and Emergence of a Personal Vision or Voice.
Students and Teachers were recognized at the Belin-Blank Center Ceremony: A Scholastic Celebration in Three Acts" on Saturday, March 10th at the University of Iowa
Washington Senior Hunter Bartlett earned Gold Keys for her work titled Artist House and Basketball Gals.