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Congressional Art Competition

Eligibility:  high school students
Accepts: 2D artwork no larger than 26″ x 26″ x 4″, less than 15 lbs.
Award: “Winners are recognized both in their district and at an annual awards ceremony in Washington, DC. The winning works are displayed for one year at the U.S. Capitol.”

National Young Arts Competition

Eligibility: Ages 15-18, U.S. citizen or permanent legal resident or green card holder
Accepts:  “fine art, including multi-media & performance art”
Grant: up to $10,000 USD + artist masterclasses
Application fee:  $35

Scholastic Art & Writing Awards

Application: students submit artwork via their high school art teachers
Award: varies

Google Doodle

Eligibility: Grades K-12
Accepts: all media
Award: $5000, $30,000 college scholarship + more

Artists Magazine Annual Art Competition

Entries must be submitted online, and the deadline each year is in mid-May. The fees are $40 per image for the regular division and $15 per image for the beginner division. You can save $5 per image by entering early in the competition.

This art contest gives away $24,000 in cash prizes plus publication in Artists Magazine.

Celebrating Art

Open to students attending public schools, home schools, and art studios.

Three Contest Deadlines:

April 2–August 13-December 5
(Students can enter one piece in each contest)

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