This year’s theme is “No Time to Waste” and all artwork entries should center around some aspect of this concept. Art entries can focus on the idea of waste as it is seen in a landfill or as discarded trash, including single-use plastics and its impact on the environment.
Waste can also be viewed as a misuse of resources, such as water or trees, so conservation of resources, including wildlife, could be a focus. The subject matter of the artwork could also focus on the concept of time and the urgent need for action in a certain environmental arena.
The artist could also choose to depict solutions that could quickly be put into place in a specified area of the environment. These are just a few ideas and should in no way limit each individual artist’s interpretation of the theme or their own personal statement or message.
Honorable Mentions will also be recognized with non-cash awards.
is that every work is a fascinating expression of its creator’s view of the world around them. As creative people, you see the world in unique ways that others may not. We need your voice. So grab your brushes, pens, spatulas, or chisels and
You must be age 5-22 who likes creating ART.
Enter the Contest by having a parent or guardian (if under the age of 18) fill out an Entry Form. Enter Parent/Guardian contact information and your essay, and then upload the image(s) of your work.
Check the email address that your Parent or Guardian used in the entry form for confirmation of your entry and approval of your image.