Congressman Ted Yoho

Representing the 3rd District of Florida
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Art Competition

High School Congressional Art Competition

 

 

High School Congressional Art Competition
This competition is open to all high school students from grades 9-12. If a school is a combined middle/high school, we will accept submissions from 7th and 8th grade as well. Students submit their work to be judged by a committee selected by Congressman Yoho. The winner receives two complimentary airline tickets to Washington D.C. and their work is displayed in the U.S. Capitol for the year, receiving hundreds of thousands of views from visitors from all over the world. Submissions must be received by one of our district offices by April 24, 2020 at 5:00 pm. Dorothy.Richardson@mail.house.gov for questions or concerns.

The art work that is submitted in the competition may be up to 26x26x4 inches (including the frame or mat), must be of original content, and can come from the following categories:

  • Paintings (oils, watercolors, acrylics, etc.)
  • Drawings (pastels, colored pencils, pencil, charcoal, ink, etc.)
  • Collage (must be two dimensional)
  • Prints (lithographs, silkscreen, block prints, etc.)
  • Mixed Media
  • Computer Generated Images
  • Photography

Please read:

2020 Student release form fillable

2020 Rules for students and teachers

 

 


Elementary School Congressional Art Competition

 

Elementary Congressional Art Competition
This competition is open to all elementary school students from grades K-6. The winner will have their artwork on display within our district offices. Submissions must be received by one of our district offices by April 24, 2020 at 5:00 pm. Each school semester, students will be asked to base their artworks on preselected themes. These themes are directly tied to the characteristics and values of our great country. We hope that your students will be able to take this theme and express creativity in the art they create. Our springtime theme is “America’s Future.” We encourage students to use their imagination and base their artwork on how they picture America in the next 100 years. Artwork entered in the competition must have dimensions of either 8 by 11 in. or 11 by 14 in. and be of original content. There will be two winners selected: A Staff Favorite and a Fan Favorite. Each participating student will receive a certificate from our office, and winning artwork will be published on the official website as well as the Facebook page.

All submissions must be submitted digitally, by mail or in person. All digital submissions will be received at Dorothy.Richardson@mail.house.gov. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Dorothy Richardson at (904) 738-0937 or Dorothy.Richardson@mail.house.gov

 

2020 Congressional Art Competition Form