StudentsColl2The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards’ national office in New York City is dedicated to growing and supporting our Affiliate Partners across the country. Our Affiliate Partners are doing great work in their communities, and we love hearing about their outreach efforts, their students, and their programs. This month, we shine the spotlight on the Tulsa Community College School of Visual and Performing Arts, which manages the Oklahoma Region of the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. Here’s what the Oklahoma Region had to say about Awards activity in their region:

For more than a decade, Tulsa Community College (TCC) has been proud to be the Oklahoma Regional Affiliate for the Scholastic Art Awards for the entire state of Oklahoma. For the last three years, we have had more than 129 schools participating in the Scholastic Awards representing public, private, and home school students. There are 77 counties in Oklahoma. The state is also broken down into regions: Red Carpet Country, Green Country, Frontier Country, Choctaw Country, Chickasaw Country, and Great Plains Country.  All these regions are represented in the Scholastic Art & Writing competition. Read More

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The 2017 Golden Educator Residents have their first dinner with members of the Golden Artist Colors team (Photo courtesy Golden Artist Colors)

The 2017 Golden Educator Residents have their first dinner with members of the Golden Artist Colors team (Photo courtesy Golden Artist Colors)

The 2017 Golden Educator Residents arrived at the Sam & Adele Golden Foundation barn on July 20 to begin their two-week painting residency. During the residency, the artists will learn about new painting techniques and technology from GOLDEN staff, as well as spend time working on their own paintings. For the third year in a row, this residency has been offered to educators whose students received Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, and we are proud to partner with Golden Artist Colors and the Sam & Adele Golden Foundation to offer such an amazing opportunity to deserving educators. Read More

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Gold Key Portfolio students are recognized onstage.

Gold Key Portfolio students are recognized onstage during the regional Awards Ceremony

The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards’ national office in New York City is dedicated to growing and supporting our Affiliate Partners across the country. Our Affiliate Partners are doing great work in their communities, and we love hearing about their outreach efforts, their students, and their programs. This month, we shine the spotlight on the Scholastic Art Awards of New Hampshire which manages the New Hampshire Art Region of the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. Here’s what Scholastic Art Awards of New Hampshire had to say about Awards activity in their region: Read More

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National Medalists enjoying Maker Prom held at The Roosevelt Hotel.

National Medalists enjoying Maker Prom held at The Roosevelt Hotel.

On June 7-9, 2017, hundreds of students, educators, and their guests traveled to New York City for our National Events–a three-day celebration of the creative teens who received Gold Medals in the 2017 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, and their educators. National Events is a time-honored tradition at the Scholastic Awards, and one that we look forward to every year!

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octopus by Margaret Minardi, Colored Pencil, 12x16, 2015

octopus by Margaret Minardi, Colored Pencil, 12×16, 2015

For the third year in a row, the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards have partnered with Golden Artist Colors to offer our educators the opportunity of a lifetime: The Golden Educators’ Residency, a two-week artists’ residency in upstate New York at the Sam & Adele Golden Foundation’s artist residence space! Three educators were chosen for this residency, and it is our honor to announce this year’s residents:

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Low Visibility, Drawing & Illustration by Megan Cox, Grade 12, Age 17, White Station High School, Memphis, TN

Low Visibility, Drawing & Illustration by Megan Cox, Grade 12, Age 17, White Station High School, Memphis, TN

Hailee Cook and Megan Cox each received a Scholastic Art & Writing Awards Gold Medal for their portfolios, and we are shining the spotlight on their remarkable works. Hailee says she uses her writing to process her emotions and hopes this authenticity helps her words connect with readers. In her art, Megan uses water to distort the images she draws as a reflection of the “beauty found within the messiness of life.” Through their works, Hailee and Megan encourage others to view the world through a new lens. Read More

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