This year’s national art exhibition is the perfect way to showcase students’ imaginations. We want your students (K-12) to take the theme “Visual Voices: Speak up for Creativity” and create artwork inspired by the importance of speaking up for creativity in the world.
Here’s a thought starter:
Ask students to discuss what creativity means to them and why it is important in the world.
- Compare and contrast a world without creativity and a world with it.
- Write this description and illustrate the contrasting views.
For more thought starters, rules, prize information and more, visit Crayola.com/artexpo
Deadline for submissions is January 15, 2010.
A select sample of submitted artwork and “Dream Statements” will be exhibited at the U.S. Department of Education in Washington, D.C. and its offices around the country.
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