The Snohomish Conservation District conducts an Art Contest for students studying from Kindergarten to 12th grade. This is their 5th Annual Youth Art Contest, and the theme has been set up as Birds to celebrate the unique connection between native plants and the birds who live there. Students will get an opportunity through this Contest to show their skills, talent, and creativity by making artwork. Birds are one of the most beautiful creatures on this earth, and a wide variety of birds live in different parts of the world. This Contest features the creatures in art and lets students know about them.
The students participating in this Contest will be judged in grade categories divided as K-K, 1-2, 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12 as each grades categories will get a chance to be evaluated according to their grade and ability. From each category, three winners will get chosen based on the artwork, and one participant will be chosen through people’s choice that will be voted by plant sale customers and the local community. Each selected winner will get eligible for some exciting prizes. This will increase their knowledge about the different birds and feature them.
The Snohomish Conservation District was founded in 1941, and they have been working with farmers, city residents, rural and suburban landowners voluntarily. Their mission is to work cooperatively with others to promote and encourage conservation and responsible use of natural resources. This district will also continue to build upon community values and interests.
Check out the below information to get a quick idea about this Contest:
|Organization||Snohomish Conservation District|
|Number of Awards||16|
|City||Snohomish and Camano Island|
|Contest Deadline||February 22, 2022|
Who Is Eligible?
- Students from grades K-12
- Applicant must be a Snohomish Country or Camano Island student or Resident.
How to Apply?
Interested students’ parents and teachers should get the students registered to enter into this Contest and should also provide the information required to enter. Click on the below link provided to start the registrations.
Teacher’s Entry Form.
Parent’s Entry Form.
Students must consider the below guidelines to submit their artwork.
- One entry per student.
- Only new and original artwork inspired by the theme may be submitted.
- Online submissions are preferred.
- The file size maximum is 2MB.
- If mailed to their office, the print MAY NOT exceed 8.5” x 11”, including matting.
- All submitted work must be accompanied by a fully completed and legible entry form.
- Two-dimensional artwork only.
- Only work submitted following these guidelines will be judged.
Students can click on this link to view the resources about birds.
For more questions, email can be sent to email@example.com or 425-335-5634.
Students who make the best artwork that will feature the birds and the relation between the Birds and Native plants will be selected as winners. Students will be judged according to their grades category divided as K-K, 1-2, 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12. Among each grade, category three winners will be chosen and receive some exciting gift prizes. Also, one winner will be chosen on People’s choice and will be voted by plant sale customers and the local community. The Contest will encourage students to bring out their skills, talent, abilities, and creativity and also help them to expand. Moreover, they will understand and learn about the different birds and native plants that live in the world.
Students’ parents and teachers should fill out the application form and attach the participant’s artwork no later than February 22, 2022. The submission that will be delayed and not submitted by this date will not be taken under consideration for this Contest.