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Featured Student Artist: Allison Chin, featured Student Artist: Brandon Miller, featured Student Artist: Kayleigh Semeniuk.
Congratulations to Lacey McShane and Ya Ling Xiao whose artwork was celebrated at the 31st Annual Water Resources Art and Poetry Contest Celebration on May 16, 2017 at LaGuardia Community College.
It is our goal to help students have an outlet for their art with a professional publication.All poems submitted will be exhibited in crutchfield promo code 2017 the Corinne Woodman Gallery at The Arts Center from March 28 through April 22, 2017.We encourage submission of poems illustrated with original art (NOT clip art).Second through twelfth grade students attending public, independent, charter or parochial schools (or homeschooled) in New York City and East and West of Hudson Watersheds were invited to create original art and compose poetry that reflects an appreciation for our shared water resources.Enter art today in our contests that are held three times each year.Poems are divided in four categories: Kindergarten-Grade 2, grade 3-Grade 5, grade 6-Grade 8, grade 9-Grade.
Featured Student Artist: Maya Huffman.
Featured Student Artist: Emi Kopke, featured Student Artist: Kyler Welden, featured Student Artist: Kevin Shan.
While we encourage inclusion of art with poetry submissions, it is not required, and has no influence on awarding poetry.Choose Contest -Summer 2017Spring 2017Fall 2016Summer 2016Spring 2016Fall 2015Summer 2015Spring 2015Fall 2014Summer 2014Spring 2014Fall 2013Summer 2013Spring 2013Fall 2012Summer 2012Spring 2012Fall 2011Spring 2011Fall 2010.ART, nEXT contest deadline: December 6, 2017, accepted TO BE published?Some Guidelines, poems can be handwritten or typed.Paper size may not exceed 14 x 17 inches.Featured Student Artist: Anisiya Grigoryan, featured Student Artist: Qinye Chen, featured Student Artist: Alex Zhong.Featured Student Artist: Andie Zou, seahorses, top Ten "The Love of Papa Seahorse" by Andie Zou, first grader.Posted May 19, 2017, 9:28 AM by Joanna Gillen.