YOUTH ART SHOW

Register online by May 23, 2021!

Be amazed by the talents of our local youth artists in the Shoreline Arts Festival Youth Art Show, featuring over 300 works of art. Pre-K through 12th-grade students submit 2-D and 3-D works of art, with awards given in four age groups. The art for the Shoreline School District Calendar is selected from this exhibit, making it on of the most anticipated shows for young artists. In 2021, the Youth Art Show will again be held virtually. Come back here to celebrate the fabulous creativity of our youth!

Categories:

2-D

Paintings | Drawings

Prints | Collage

3-D

Sculpture | Glass

Wood | Clay

Youth Art submissions are open until May 23, 2021. Awards will be announced at the 2021 Shoreline Arts Festival, June 26-27. See you there!

All Shoreline area students (Pre-K – 12) are eligible to submit artwork for the Festival’s virtual Youth Art Show.

  • Work of any 2-D or 3-D media will be accepted.

  • Maximum 1 entry per category (2-D or 3-D)

  • Two entries maximum per student (one in each category)

Artwork for the Shoreline School District Calendar is selected from Youth Art Show submissions.

This is one of the most coveted prizes for young artists in the Shoreline-Lake Forest Park area!

Check out these previous Shoreline School District Calendars.

 

2020-21

2019-20

2019-20

2018-19

2018-19

2017-18

2017-18

2016-17

2016-17

2020 PEOPLE'S CHOICE WINNERS

Pre-K - 2nd Grade:

1st Place – Sophie Hsieh "The Raven King"

2nd Place – Alina Li "The Hawaii Plants"

3rd - 5th Grade:

1st Place – Ava Hernandez "The Wooden Flower"

2nd Place – Gigi Amgalan "Mount Rainier Wildlife"

6th - 8th Grade:

1st Place – Lucy Stinson "Strength"

2nd Place – Emma Koh "Alchemy"

9th - 12th Grade:

1st Place – Emma Howlett "Hold On"

2nd Place – Shivraj Raichur "Beta Fish"

DISTRICT CALENDAR AWARDS
The following youth artists will have images of their submitted artworks featured in color in the 2020-21 Shoreline School District Calendar, which is sent to every family in the District. Calendar awards were selected by School District Public Information Officer, Curtis Campbell.

Jingyan Shen for "My Town"

Kiran Walgamott for "Fox in the Woods"

Sylvie Rihnsmith for "I See You"

Isabela Forcier-Wofford for "The Color Within"

Leo Featherstone for "My Family"

Misheel Myagmarbat for "The Beauty of Nature"

Gegee Amgalan for "Mount Rainier Wildlife"

Ella Jensen for "Lavender Sunset"

Evelyn Wu for "Droplets of Water"

Francheska Luong for "A Walk in the Woods"

Scarlett Carmichael for "Sunset in Seattle"

Mia Fujimoto for "Animals in the Night"

Lucy Stinson for "Sand Filled Dream"

Elena Warwick for "A Wish in Wonderland"

Finn DeLA for "Chapelle Hero's Call"

Britany Morales for "An Afternoon to Reflect"

Emma Koh for "Alchemy"

Jasmine Chiu for "Night"

Liam Couch for "Head in the Clouds"

Jasmine Harrick for "Noah"

Jianyi (Jenny) Du for "The Leaning Tower of Pisa"

Cassia Sandiskey for "Kestrel"

Kyra Hanssen for "Jellyfish After Dark"

June 26-27, 2021

Pfingst Animal Acres Park

17435 Brookside Blvd NE, Lake Forest Park, WA 98155

Tel: 206.417.4645

info@shorelakearts.org

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