Attention All Artist: The DREAM @ 50 is a tribute series in 2012/13 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech including a student art contest (K-12)…
Students were asked to draw a picture illustrating a word or phrase from Martin Luther King Jr's The Dream Speech.
- Remember the judges love color and creativity!!!
- Size: 12 x 18 paper (or up to 18 x 24 inch paper).
- Any medium accepted (including, but not limited to, crayon, acrylic, gouache, watercolor, oil pastel, tempera, print, colored pencil, chalk pastel, mixed media, collage, pen, ink, papier mache, marker).
- No artwork that includes a representation or reproduction of a registered trademark is accepted. All artwork must be original work, not copied from published works. NEW Update! And the Winner is HILLARIE C. (7th) and the two runner up submissions where created by Jessie S. and Bryson A.
Congratulations to ALL!______________________________________________________
***Each year, Lions clubs around the world proudly sponsor the Lions International Peace Poster Contest in local schools and youth groups. This art contest for kids encourages young people worldwide to express their visions of peace. The theme of the 2012-13 Peace Poster Contest is "Imagine Peace." Download Peace Poster requirements c 12 Students, ages 11, 12 or 13 on November 15, are eligible to participate. Participants use a variety of mediums, including charcoal, crayon, pencil and paint, to express the theme. The works created are unique and express the young artists' life experiences and culture. All images must be original (no copyrighted characters) and remember that the judges love color. Let your talent allow you to win a CASH prize from our local Lions Club. www.lionsclubs.org/EN/our-work/youth-programs/peace-poster-contest/index.php
4 winners were chosen to represent:
1st place: Toma K.
2nd place: Michael S.
3rd place: Jessie S.
4th place: Bryson A.
2012-2013: Floyd's Medals for the Cobb County Excellence In Visual Art Awards WINNERS ARE:
Gold (8) female: Marie O.
Gold (8) male: Nathan W.
Silver (7): Jessie S.
Bronze (6): Chayse C.
2011-2012: Floyd's Medals for the Cobb County Excellence In Visual Art Awards WINNERS ARE:
Gold (8) female: Naomi C.
Gold (8) male: Brandon W.
Silver (7): Marie O.
Bronze (6): Samantha W.
Naomi C. (outstanding 8th grader with CCSD Art Supervisor, Arlene Hocking and proud parent)
Brandon W. (outstanding 8th grader with CCSD Art Supervisor, Arlene Hocking and proud parent)
Samantha W. (outstanding 6th grader with proud art teacher, Ms. Collins)
2010-2011 Archive: Floyd's Medals for the Cobb County Excellence In Visual Art Awards were presented to the following amazing students: DeMarcus H. (8th grade outstanding male), Karen K. (8th grade outstanding female), Brandon W. (outstanding 7th grader) and Tyler S. (outstanding 6th grader).
These students were selected based on the following criteria: extremely self-motivated /works outside the classroom and beyond scheduled periods, high expectations for him/herself, demonstrates leadership and responsibility, motivates others and demonstrates a true passion for learning.
Tyler S. (outstanding 6th grader)
Brandon W. (outstanding 7th grader)
Karen K. (8th grade outstanding female)
DeMarcus H. (8th grade outstanding male and Rite of Passage outstanding Art Award winner)
Mableton Community Day t-shirt Contest
And the winners for the 2011 T-Shirt Contest are...
* NEW for 2011 - 2012: THE DREAM: Visions of the Civil Rights Movement and America Today...
This fall/winter, Atlanta Public Schools and Karz Productions are presenting a special art contest for K-12 students throughout Atlanta on the Civil Rights Movement, “THE DREAM: Visions of the Civil Rights Movement and America Today.” The deadline for submissions is November 18, and the awards ceremony will be in February for Black History Month. The aim of the contest is to foster an appreciation for the relevance of history and to demonstrate the vital importance of the arts in education and in daily life. Both MARTA and CBS Outdoor are media sponsors for the event, and the winning artwork will be widely displayed on buses and billboards and in train stations, galleries, museums, and public buildings throughout Atlanta. In addition, the Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs is a Partnering Organization, and we are collaborating with them on the VIP awards ceremony and on multiple reception/discussions for the winning artists. Please see the attached flyers for preliminary details.
* And the winner for the 2011-2012 DREAM Contest is Naomi C.
The DREAM Art Contest will be an annual contest so plan your Civil Rights Design for the future competitions. See Ms. Collins for more information.
* PTSA Reflections Annual Contest...
* Also... Think about Peace...
The Lion's Club PEACE Poster Contest
Floyd Participates in the Lion's Club International Annual Peace Poster Contest. Be thinking of ways that you can illustrate Peace. The 2011 -2012 theme was "Children Know Peace".
And the winners for the 2011-2012 Lion's Club Peace Poster Contest are...