2020 Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Education (CLDE) Academy- Student Art Contest Theme: Who I Am

Colorado Department of Education
not specified
Website State(s)
Well Rounded
The Colorado Department of Education’s Office of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Education will award a K-5 student, a 6-8 grade student, and a 9-12 grade student in the “Who I Am” student art contest. The art competition highlights students’ artistic talents through fine art (including photography, digital media, sculpture, etc.). The winners’ work will be on the cover of the program of the annual CLDE Academy. The winners, their parents and entering teacher will also be invited and honored at the awards luncheon.   
Student must be a full-time K-12 student. Students may write the narrative in their native language, or, for grades K-2, be scripted by an adult. Student artwork expressing the student’s views around the theme of “Who I Am” (Examples: photograph, drawing, painting, sculpture, pottery, fiber, digital/electronic art, etc.). Entries must: Be submitted as a single PDF file; Include a typed artist statement; and Include a completed entry form. All three portions of the entry must be submitted together, on time. No late submissions will be considered.