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Tuesday, November 28, 2006

State Superintendent's Visual Arts Exhibit

I have just received the information for the State Superintendent's Visual Arts Exhibit. Rules for the exhibit can be found here. (If you are asked for a password, just hit "cancel.")

As in years past, each school holds its own school-level exhibit. The best entries from that level progress to the district level. Each school may submit up to one entry per grade level in the drawing/painting division and one entry per grade level in the graphic arts/photography division.

As a teacher, here is what you would need to do:
  1. Await word from your principal as to whether or not your school will be participating, and if so, the date of your school art show.
  2. Read the guidelines from the link above.
  3. Work with your students to create their artwork.
  4. Display the artwork in the halls of wherever the judging is going to be at your school.
After your school art show has been held, here is what needs to be done for the winning entries:
  1. Fill out the "Student Entry Form" for each winning entry. That form is included in the guidelines. It asks for identifying information, your signature, and the student's signature. You may simply paper clip that form to the artwork.
  2. Be sure that the artwork is delivered to the central office by the end of the day on January 11. (Judging will be held on January 12.)

After the district-level judging, here is what will happen:
  1. I will take the entries selected to go to Montgomery and have them matted, make the labels, attach the form you had submitted to the back of each one, and deliver them to Montgomery.
  2. The entries not going to Montgomery will be returned to the school.
  3. I will provide you with information for the parents on where the location, dates, and times of the exhibit in Montgomery in case any of them wanted to visit the exhibit.
  4. After the exhibit is over, I will see that the artwork is returned to the district.
  5. We will arrange a time for the students to come to the central office to have their picture made for the paper.
  6. The students will be given their artwork at that time, which they can take home.

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