Artwork by Alum Bria Whitney

whitney iv by Alumni Microgrant recipient Bria Whitney, Mixed Media on Canvas, 26″ x 20″

Congratulations to the 2018 Alumni Microgrant recipients! An initiative of the Alumni Council, the Alumni Microgrant program awards $1,000 to six alum to support them in a creative endeavor.

The 2018 Alumni Microgrant recipients are: Read More

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Teacher and writer Ari Zeiger getting students pumped for a Weekend Writing Workshop at the University of New Orleans.

Teacher and writer Ari Zeiger getting students pumped for a Weekend Writing Workshop at the University of New Orleans.

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 Writing Awards of Southeast Louisiana, which manages the Southeast Louisiana Writing Region of the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. Here’s what the Scholastic Writing Awards of Southeast Louisiana had to say about Awards activity in their region: Read More

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We are in the final stretch of submissions this year and we want to help answer any last minute questions you may have for this year’s 2018 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards.

In recent years, the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers team has hosted a Facebook Live event to answer questions ranging from the mailing process of an artwork to issues of plagiarism and originality.

We want to ensure fellow educators, parents, and teens understand the full 2018 “Call for Submissions” process. Check out our most popular and common questions. Good luck, creative teens!

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Edwidge Danticat

Author Edwidge Danticat will serve as judge for the 2018 Alumni Writer’s Residency. Edwidge has been a judge for the Scholastic Awards in the past, and will now lend her expertise to select the two residents. Read More

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Instagram_Page_Square_REV-1The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards are turning 95! For nearly a century, the Scholastic Awards have identified and showcased the remarkable creativity of teens from across the nation. Over the years, we’ve amassed countless images and artifacts showing the growth of our program, and the creative ability of teens from 1923 to 2018. Read More

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No Sharing, Printmaking by Bronwyn Katz, Grade 12, Age 18, Paideia School, Atlanta, GA. Gold Medal Art Portfolio

No Sharing, Printmaking by Bronwyn Katz, Grade 12, Age 18, Paideia School, Atlanta, GA. Gold Medal Art Portfolio

Every year, the Scholastic Awards partner with organizations to provide scholarship opportunities for our students. Through the support of our sponsors, the Scholastic Awards offer more than $250,000 in direct scholarships to students, with additional scholarship money available through our Scholarship Partners. Here are the scholarships available through the Scholastic Awards for 2018:

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