Congressional Art Competition
About the Congressional Art Contest
The annual Congressional High School Art Competition brings together the best student artwork from the 32nd Congressional District and across the country. I am proud to support the 32nd Congressional District's participation in the annual Congressional High School Art Competition each year. The contest is open to all high school students, and there is a winner from each Congressional district. When the winning artist is chosen, his or her artwork is displayed in the U.S. Capitol. In June, Congress will host a reception in Washington for winners from across the country.
2015 Congressional Art Competition
The Congressional Art Competition is open to high school students only. Students attending public or private schools residing in the 32nd Congressional District are eligible to participate. All student submissions must be submitted online using the form below. This year's submissions, inclding a JPEG file of the artwork, are due no later than Friday, March 27, 2015.
Artwork will be judged on April 8th by local artists and art educators, who will select the Grand Prize winner and two Runners-Up. All remaining pieces that submitted a JPEG file during the submission period will be eligible for the People's Choice Award.
Forms relevant to the 2015 Congressional Art Contest are available for download:
- Information about the 32nd Congressional Art Contest
- 2015 School Entry Form
- Guidelines for Students and Teachers
- Student Release Form
If you have any questions regarding the Congressional Art Contest, please contact Rachel Wong in Congressman Sessions' Dallas Office at 972.392.0505. To find out if you live in Texas' 32nd District, click here.