Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Submissions Due April 10 or 15 for the 2015 Congressional High School Art Competition in the 1st and 4th Congressional Districts--Durham



Information for students in District 1, Congressman GK Butterfield
http://butterfield.house.gov/services/congressional-art-competition

Information for students in District 4, Congressman David Price
http://price.house.gov/congressional-art-competition1/ 


Submissions Due April 6-15 for the 2015 Congressional High School Art Competition
in the Fourth Congressional Districts
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The Congressional High School Art Competition is an annual competition organized by representatives of the Congressional Districts, and is open to paintings, drawings, collage, mixed media, computer-generated art, photographs and prints created by high school students attending a school within the district. Each representative brings a winning entry back to Washington, D.C. to be displayed in the corridor of the U.S. Capital.

This competition is coordinated locally through First District U.S. Congressman Butterfield's office and Fourth District U.S. Congressman David Price's office. High School visual art students in the First and Fourth Districts are eligible to apply.
The Durham Arts Council is pleased to encourage eligible high school students to apply to this prestigious competition. Please see below for application details and deadlines.

For High School Students Residing in the First Congressional District
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Eligibility: Open to all Durham high school-aged students residing in the First Congressional District.

Interested students should contact their art teachers to coordinate their entries. Art teachers should review the guidelines and directions at Congressman Butterfield's website.
The deadline for submitting work electronically is April 15.

The 1st place winning artwork will hang in the U.S. Capitol
2nd place will hang in the Congressman's Washington, D.C. office
3rd and 4th places will hang in District offices

For High School Students Attending High Schools in the Fourth Congressional District

Eligibility: Open to all Durham high school-aged students attending Jordan High School, Carolina Friends School, Durham Academy, Cressett Christian Academy, Trinity School of Durham and home school students resident in the Fourth District.

Interested students should contact their art teachers to coordinate their entries. Details and guidelines can be found here.

The 1st place winning artwork will hang in the U.S. Capitol
2nd place will hang in the Congressman's Washington, D.C. office
3rd place will hang in the Raleigh District office
4th Place will hang in the Southern District office
5th Place will hand in the Western District office

Submitted works can be dropped off at the Durham Arts Council building, 120 Morris Street, Durham, NC 27701.

Drop-off Dates: April 6th-April 10th, 2015

Drop-off Times: 9 AM – 5 PM
Contact Catherine Howard at Durham Arts Council for questions about drop off.

Durham Arts Council
120 Morris St.
Durham, NC 27701
919-560-2787

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