A Visual Artwork and Poetry Levels of competition/Exhibition will commemorate the 65th anniversary of the Historic Oak Ridge College Desegregation by the Oak Ridge/Scarboro 85, according to a push launch.
The competition theme is “Honoring the Struggle, Celebrating the Triumphs, and Inspiring the Foreseeable future.” The method is open up for college students in all quality bands, kindergarten via 4th grade, 5th through 8th, and 9th by way of 12th. Entry forms are obtainable now from the artwork teacher in each school or can be accessed at https://www.ortn.edu/TeacherCenter/2021_Art_and_Poetry_Contest.pdf.
Each and every scholar may perhaps submit one piece for each group: Visible Arts (a single piece of two-dimensional artwork) and Poetry (one particular unique poem in writing). An entry sort with guardian signature ought to accompany every single submission. The art teacher at just about every college (or a designee) will acknowledge submissions right up until the deadline of Feb. 19, 2021.
To celebrate Black Heritage Month, an exhibition of entries will debut at the Children’s Museum of Oak Ridge with an awards ceremony on March 11, 2021. 1st, second and third position winners in every group and grade band will acquire a 3D-printed trophy. A single “Best In Show” winner will also be picked from all entries. Submissions will also be shared via the official Instagram account: orsartandpoetrycontest.