WisDOT Aviation Art Contest
Aviation Art Contest – “Flight Into the Future”
Calling all artists between the ages of 6 and 17!
The International Aviation Art Contest is now underway. The Bureau of Aeronautics at the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, in partnership with the National Association of State Aviation Officials (NASAO), is pleased to invite Wisconsin students to create a work of art that celebrates the adventures and excitement of the world of flight.
This year's theme focuses on 'Flight into the Future.'
Grab your favorite art supplies and turn your imagination loose. The only limit to the future of flight is the creativity of builders, dreamers and pilots of today. Show us your vision of what new innovations and ideas will shape the aviation of the future.
Entries will be judged on the creative use of the theme. The top three entries in each of the age categories will advance to the national competition and be awarded the following prizes:
The official contest brochure may be downloaded at wisconsindot.gov/artcontest
Entries must be postmarked by Friday, January 18, 2018 and sent to:
WisDOT – Bureau of Aeronautics
4802 Sheboygan Ave, Room 701
Madison, WI 53707-7914
Please feel free to contact me with any questions.
Aviation Education Program Manager
Wisconsin Department of Transportation/DTIM/Aeronautics
4802 Sheboygan Avenue, Room 701
Madison, WI 53707
WEA Benefits Art Contest
Wisconsin public school art teachers: Here’s your chance to help your students strut their creative stuff! WEA Member Benefits is now taking submissions for our second annual student art contest.
We are looking for uplifting, inspiring, and positive artwork. We accept any two-dimensional painting, drawing, or photograph suitable for display throughout our building that can be framed and hung on a wall.
WHO MAY ENTER: Students must be enrolled in grades K–12 in a Wisconsin public school at the time the piece is submitted. All work must be the original work of the student.
SUBMISSION PROCESS: Submit your piece(s) to our evaluation committee by emailing images to firstname.lastname@example.org, subject line, “Student art submission.” Deadline to enter is April 15, 2017.
Please include your student’s name, grade, school district, title of piece(s), medium used, and contact information for the art teacher.
Include two or three sentences about the submission and/or the subject of the piece(s).
Attach a high quality .jpg image/images of the artwork to your email. Please indicate the final artwork size dimensions. (Artwork larger than 36”x36”—if selected as a winner—cannot be displayed in its original form except with special approval. A reproduction will be resized to meet framing limitations.)
Optional: Please include an additional photo of yourself with your student either holding or standing in front of their artwork.
ARTIST RELEASE: By entering this contest, the student artist and art teacher agree to allow the WEA Member Benefits to use his/her name in event promotion (invitations, media, website, image/photo, etc.).
PRIZE: Accepted artists will receive a $50 Amazon gift card and an additional $50 gift card will go to the art teacher as well.
WEABenefits Art Contest flyer: https://www.weabenefits.com/studentartcontest/
Law Day Art Contest
Dear Art Teacher,
Please encourage your 9th through 12th grade students to submit art work to the American Bar Association’s 2017 Law Day Art Contest.
The deadline to enter the contest is March 31, 2017.
Information on how students may submit their art work is available at www.ambar.org/lawday.
American Bar Association (ABA) Young Lawyers Division Art Contest
Do you know of creative high school students who would be interested in entering an art contest?
Each year, the American Bar Association's (ABA) Young Lawyers Division (YLD) hosts an art contest for students in
grades 9 through 12 (or the equivalent) in the United States. Students may compete as individuals or in groups.
The ABA is accepting submissions of artwork for the 2017 Law Day Art Contest from December 2, 2016 through March 31, 2017. The theme for Law Day 2017 is "The 14th Amendment: Transforming American Democracy."
The contest guidelines and a flyer are attached. Additional information is available atwww.ambar.org/lawday or
WI Rural Water Associates Poster Contest- 9th Annual Conservation Theme
9th Annual Water Conservation Poster Contest
"Work Together to Conserve Water"
Greetings Educators and those interested in our annual poster contest.
I am pleased to announce our 9th annual Water Conservation Poster Contest. Thank you to those of you who have participated in the past and helped the contest be a continued success. Again this year, the 1st & 2nd place posters from each grade will win cash prizes of $100 & $50 and the school of each first place winner will be placed in a drawing to win a $500 prize. We hope you choose to participate again this year! Please share this information with your colleagues or anyone who may be interested in participating.
Poster contest flyer and entry form can be downloaded here: http://www.wrwa.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Poster-Contest-Flyer-2017.pdf
Again this year we are using Mail Chimp to manage communication. You will only receive a few emails each year all of which are directly related to the poster contest, and your information will not be shared with anyone.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions.
Source Water Specialist
Wisconsin Rural Water Association
Readers Roundup: Garden Creation Contest
Cate here - former WAEA board member and proud WI educator! My first year at Education Manager at Bookworm Gardens has been wonderful, and I look forward to connecting with you about potential collaborations between the Gardens and art educators throughout the state in the future. I have some exciting news to share with the WAEA board regarding the 2017 season at the Gardens and wanted to make sure you were one of the first to know.
For the first time ever, we're holding a Garden Creation Contest for Wisconsin classrooms, and we would love to have lots of submissions from art educators! Check it out:
First Ever Garden Creation Contest
Have you ever wanted to design your own garden at Bookworm? For the first time ever, we are inviting classrooms to submit a proposal for a new space at the Gardens through the Readers Roundup: Garden Creation Contest! Wisconsin classrooms (Preschool - 5th grade) are encouraged to tell us about a book they’ve read and, in their own words (and designs), why it should be selected to be created into a temporary garden at Bookworm.
Submissions are due February 15, 2017.
The winning class will have their ideas transformed into a garden space for the 2017 season! More information and entry forms available online at: http://www.bookwormgardens.org/readers-roundup.html
We'd love it if you could send this out to K-5 educators who are involved on the board and through the WAEA! Please let me know if you have any questions.
920-287-7895 (ext. 102)