3rd Annual High School Student Online Art Competition at Purdue University

This competition seeks artworks in all media and subject matter. All high school students residing in the United States (grades 9-12) are eligible to enter. Cash prizes will be awarded for all grade levels.

DEADLINE: Friday, November 4, 2016

ELIGIBILITY:
All high school students (grades 9 ā€“ 12) residing in the United States are eligible to enter. Entries must be original works of art. All-media are eligible: 2D (drawing, painting, printmaking, photography), 3D (sculpture, ceramics, jewelry, textiles), and digital (video, coding, etc.). Up to four works per student may be submitted.

JURY:
Fabian Winkler, Associate Professor of Electronic and Time-Based Art at Purdue; Min Kim Park, Assistant Professor of Photography at Purdue; Christine Wuenschel, Associate Professor of Art at Purdue; Charles Gick, Professor of Art at Purdue

PRESENTATION:
All accepted works will be displayed online. An award ceremony and Art and Design Open House will be held on Friday, December 9th, 5:30 ā€“ 7 pm, in the Rueff Galleries, Pao Hall. The online exhibition will be displayed on the Rueff Galleriesā€™ website beginning December 5, 2016 (cla.purdue.edu/rueffgalleries).

AWARDS:

Cash prizes will be awarded, including: 1st prize: $500, 2nd prize: $400, and 3rd prize: $300. Other prizes will be awarded at each grade level.

EXHIBITION CALENDAR:

ENTRIES DUE: Friday, November 4th, 2016
NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE: Monday, November 14th, 2016
AWARDS CEREMONY and A&D OPEN HOUSE: Friday, December 9th, 2016