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The Santa Clara County Office of Education (SCCOE) holds an annual one-day student artwork exhibit as part of the National Bilingual/Multilingual Learner Advocacy Month Showcase in April and in support of March's Youth Art Month.
This year's My Name, My Identity Contest theme is Self Identity: Maximizing My Potential
Transitional kindergarten through twelfth grade teachers and art program administrators are encouraged to submit 2D (size: up to 11"x17"), 3D (size: up to 1'x1'), or 4D (anything created on a computer, digital camera or screen) for selection to exhibit during the showcase. Please submit 1 piece per student with a total of up to 12 submissions per school. Submissions will be accepted beginning [2020-21]. Selection of student artwork for the exhibit will be made by [March 2021] after which time teachers or art program administrators and students will be notified of acceptance in the exhibit.
All Santa Clara County public/charter schools and after school arts programs are eligible to participate.
We ask that an artist's statement (50 to 150 words), a digital file of the artwork, and talent release authorization be included with the submission form. Entries will be considered incomplete unless the artist's statement and digital file are included at the time of submission. Please complete the submission form at Student Artwork Submission Form. For inquiries or difficulties in uploading files, please contact Keysha Doutherd via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.