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Maker (n) – someone who creates art and writing; transforms old forms into new ones
Breaker (n) – someone who conveys a message; is rhythmic; takes something apart

We are excited to launch the 2014 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards with a very special call to action. We believe that the world needs both makers and breakers—those committed to expressing themselves creatively, who push the boundaries of expression, and challenge the rest of us to do the same.

We know you’ve got something on your mind. Maybe it’s a new mixed media piece you’ve been working on or a fresh idea on how to integrate art and design by building clay sets. Perhaps, you’ve just completed your first collection of poetry or a work that mixes disciplines. The Awards has 28 categories buzzing with possibility.

So show us what you’ve got! Learn more about our submission guidelines here and register on September 16! Deadlines vary by region.

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  1. [...] In a recent blog post, Start.Write.Now: Fantastic Journeys, we featured the 2013 Gold Medal-winning Science Fiction/Fantasy story, The Lions’ Den. After reading and relishing it, we couldn’t help asking ourselves once again: how did she do it? Seeking a satisfactory answer, we went right to the source: 18-year-old author and Texas native Mary Elizabeth Dubois. Check out our Q & A with her below. And flex your fantastic imaginations and fingers, because the 2014 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards launches on Monday, September 16! [...]

  2. [...] 4:30 PM on October 21, we have received 4,057 entries from creative teens. These entries came from makers and breakers in 48 states and 13 other locations including Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Hong Kong, [...]

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