Student Art Contest - Liberation in the Lens of "Artivism"
To celebrate Juneteenth, Thinking Nation in collaboration with The National Liberty Museum and Youth Advocates for Change will be hosting a contest for students to showcase their interpretation of liberation through art. The top 20 submissions voted on by our judging panel of community organizers, teachers and artists will be displayed at an art gallery for the 2023 National Charter School Conference in Austin, TX this June to honor the Juneteenth holiday. In addition, the top 3 submissions will receive cash prizes and be named a student "artivist". INSTRUCTIONS- Create an original 2D piece of art on an 8.5x11 piece of paper or card-stock that showcases a Black leader or artist in a state of liberation. This piece can be hand-drawn, painted, or digitally created. Your art submission MUST include: at least one photo or drawing of the artist or leader and one quote said by the artist or leader. Tip: choose a unique Black leader or artist to showcase that may not be as well known as others! | SUBMISSIONS DUE: APRIL 30TH
Name of Charter School
Name of Social Studies Teacher
What is the title of your art piece?
Upload a photo or scanned image of your artwork here
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Please write two paragraphs: 1) What Black liberation leader or artist did you choose and why? 2) What about this person's work has inspired liberation?
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