Texas Visual Arts Association 2012
High School Art Competition
Visual Arts Studio, UTD
March 31 to April 22
Believing that Texas has in its young people a reservoir of creative ability equal to that to be found anywhere, Texas Visual Arts Association is offering this competition to enable and encourage gifted high school students to seek further training in art.
Niloo Javiland, Instructor and sponsor of Nu-Works program at Booker T Washington High School for Performing & Visual Arts.
Greg Metz, Sr Lecturer of Studio Arts Program and Gallery Director at UT Dallas Main Gallery.
John Pomara, Professor of Painting at UT Dallas, currently shows with Barry Whistler Gallery in Dallas.
Diane Sikes, Dallas artist, Outreach and Education Manager at Dallas Contemporary.
The jurors will select at least 100 works for the exhibition. Jurors will then select winners from the accepted works.
The High School Art Competition is open to all 10th, 11th and 12th grade high school students who reside in the State of Texas. The entry fee for the High School Art Competition is $3 per entry with a maximum of three entries per artist.
Intake will be March 31 – Apr 1. Exhibit will be hung by April 5. Awards Reception: Sunday, April 22, 2:30 – 4:00 pm. Students, families, teachers and the general public are welcome. Presentation of Awards will be at 3:30. For more details, download the prospectus, below.
Visual Arts Studio at the University of Texas at Dallas, located at University Parkway and Campbell Road in Richardson.
TVAA members, please volunteer to help with this massive endeavor.
Contact Gina Fieser. Gina needs help taking in the work as well as hanging the work.