Student Art Scholarship Program & Inspiration Farmers: Art Teachers Exhibit
Student Art Scholarship Program
Open to All Junior and Senior Art students in Montgomery County and Tomball High School-new this year we are inviting Junior and Senior Home School students.
Painting, drawing, 3D mixed media, digital art, 2D mixed media and photography
- Rules, online entry forms and map will be on the WWAF website January 20.
- Online registration closes March 20
- Artwork Drop off, Wednesday, March 26, 3-7 p.m.
- Judging Thursday, March 27 and Friday, March 28
- Student Art Show, Saturday, March 29, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
- Pick Up Artwork, Saturday after 4 p.m.
Venue: The Woodlands Children’s Museum, 4775 W Panther Creek Drive, The Woodlands, TX 77381 (Panther Creek Shopping Center)
Last year’s program:
- 208 Pieces entered
- 64 Pieces chosen as winners and to be exhibited at WWAF
- Last year’s winners:
- 9 The John Cooper High School
- 3 Oak Ridge High School
- 3 The Woodlands High School
- 2 Tomball High School
- 1 College Park High School
What your students receive by participating:
Chance to win scholarships in each of the six areas listed above:
- $2,000 First Place
- $1,000 Second Place
- Two $500 Third Place winners will be awarded this year!
Constructive feedback from judging panel of professional artists
Chance to share with younger artists through our Early Inspiration Gallery*
Please contact one of us at the addresses below for more information:
Heather Wasaff firstname.lastname@example.org
Jenny Lucas email@example.com
*Early Inspiration Gallery requests a donated piece of artwork from each student. We will send more information in an email titled 'Early Inspiration Gallery'.
Inspiration Farmers: Art Teachers Exhibit
A special exhibit, held in October highlights the personal art work of the local area Art Teachers who donated to the Early Inspiration Gallery and the Art Teachers whose students participated in the Student Art Scholarship Program.
These teachers, whom we call “Inspiration Farmers”, work very hard to educate and inspire students from kindergarten to high school in the visual arts. Without them, many children would never know about the wonderful world of imagination and color and texture and creativity. At this exhibit, which featured several pieces of personal artwork from each teacher, prizes were awarded including the Grand Prize of an all-expense paid trip to the Texas Art Educators Association annual convention.