Sports feature writing 1. Portfolio of work 1. Student life feature writing 1. Do You Hate Me? Sports action photo 1. Organization or Greeks spread multi-page presentation 1. Void where prohibited or restricted. Iya Abdulkarim, The Rubicon, St. Tour, a traveling exhibition publicly displaying stunning examples of teen-produced art and writing.
Use of a designed or art headline 1. Cover design for General or Feature Magazine 1. Design Portfolio of work 1. For print news and magazines published June 11, through June 10, and chose from 51 print news categories and 35 magazines categories for individual or staff entries.
We are always astonished by the sheer energy and ingenuity of the creative work that students produce. Opening and closing spread design 1. Table of contents page 1. Page One Design 1.
Time and again, we hear that seeing the work gives viewers hope about the future of the arts. Photography — Single Artistic photograph 1. Division page design 1.
For yearbooks and digital media categories this year attracted 4, entries and for the print news and magazines attracted 6, entries produced by students at colleges, universities and secondary schools throughout the United States.
People spread with mug photos multi-page presentation 1. In Junestudents who receive National Gold Medals along with their families, teachers and celebrities, will congregate at the world-famous Carnegie Hall in New York City for a celebration of their artistic and literary accomplishments.Students who received recognition in the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards were eligible to apply for the program, and the Scholastic Awards partnered with pre-college programs, universities, writing institutes, studios, and creative workshops to give our students the summer of a lifetime.
With 29 categories of art and writing, there’s a place for whatever you create. From paintings to poetry, comic art to critical essay, the Scholastic Awards have many opportunities for you to share your vision and have your voice heard.
Mississippi Scholastic Writing Awards Winners American Voices Nominees Hannah Herrin Flash Fiction Pirouetter Jackson Preparatory School John Hollins Poetry Lovers Paradise Mississippi School for the Arts Lilly Hunt Short Story Yellow Ladybug Southern Baptist Ed.
Center Marie Konopacki Poetry When Hancock High School.
The nonprofit Alliance for Young Artists & Writers (the Alliance) is elated to announce the national award recipients of the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, the nation’s longest-running and most prestigious recognition program for.
These awards reflect entries produced between October 11, through October 13, Because CSPA dates its awards by the year in which they are given, they are given, they are known as the Gold Circle Awards for Yearbooks.
Y1. Student life feature writing 1. Tasha Brown, “Odile Ordeal,” Soaring Wings, Canyon High School, Canyon.
Scholastic Writing Awards – Pittsburgh Region Thank you to the many young writers in the Pittsburgh region who submitted work to the Scholastic Writing Awards competition. Thank you also to the many inspiring teachers who support youth writing.Download