Art contest helps PA students address education funding gap

Students across Pennsylvania are not receiving the education funding they need and deserve. It time for them to to tell their own stories.

Calling All Artists!

One of the most powerful ways to advocate for change is to simply tell our story. This art contest will help students share their personal perspective about how inequitable education funding harms them.

Contestants in Upper Elementary, Middle, and High School can submit artwork that calls attention to the educational inequities they are facing.

Age brackets: 3rd-5th grade, 6-8th grade, 9-12th grade.

Prizes: 1st and 2nd place will be determined by judges and a Voter’s Choice award will be determined by online votes. Each age bracket will have a 1st, 2nd, and Voters’ Choice winner. Prizes will be be $500 for 1st place, $300 for 2nd, and $300 for Voter’s Choice.

Dates:The contest will be open for entries through August 1st. If you email your entry, it must be received by August 1st. If you mail your entry, they must arrive no later than August 6th.

Submit Digitally: Either email or fill out this form by August 1st.

Submit by Mail: Mail to 554 Belmont St, Pottstown, PA 19464. Entry must arrive no later than August 6th. An email or by submitting this form indicating a submission is in the mail must be received by August 6th .

Judging: The panel of judges, composed of artists from around the state, will judge the entries. The Art will be on display online and able to be voted for the Voters Choice Award between August 15th-22nd.

Winners: Will be announced on Saturday, August 27th. The announcement will be made on our website and our social media pages.