SchoolArts Magazine

AUG-SEP 2008

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Blick® Art Materials 2009 Linoleum Block Print Contest C ntest Inspire your students' creativity with some friendly competition—participate in an art contest this year! From artist trading card competitions to digital storytelling challenges, these companies have created contests that reward outstanding artwork with great prizes. Incorporate these contests into your curriculum and get your students' Blick Art Materials Teachers win certificates for art supplies in three grade divisions: 4–6, 7–9, and 10–12. First prize in each division is $400, second is $250, and third is $150. Students win walnut-mounted plaques. Homeschoolers welcome. Every school is eligible to win Blick's 906 Model II etching press : in our Grand Prize Drawing. ne Deadli 5, Deadline March 15, 2009. Visit 1 March for contest rules. 2009 work noticed! Circle No. 164 on Reader's Service Card Crayola's Children's Art Exhibition Is Going GREEN! Davis Digital Storytelling Challenge Davis Publications, Inc. Crayola, LLC Challenge your students to show how environmentally conscientious they are by entering the 2008–2009 Crayola Children's Art Exhibition. This year's theme, "Green—Earth's Favorite Color," gives students in grades K–6 a chance to voice their concerns about the planet and how to improve it. Submit high-resolution photos of your students' artwork online, along with a written statement of each student's interpretation of the artwork. Up to ten submissions from each grade will be chosen for publication in a special coffee table book and to win Deadline: cash prizes. All artwork submit- November 1, ted will be on exhibit at Cray2008 For contest details visit Showcase the twentyfirst-century learning happening in your classroom . . . enter your students in the second annual Davis Digital Storytelling Challenge! Digital storytelling is the art of using digital content to create short and compelling narrative movies, and can be used to integrate subject matter and skills from many areas of the curriculum. For guidelines, tips, and submission information, please go to dsc.digication. com/digitalstorytelling. Winners Dead lin receive cash prizes of $500, $300, April e: 15, and $100, and will have their en2009 tries posted online. Circle No. 241 on Reader's Service Card SchoolArts August/September 2008 55

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