March is Youth Art Month! We have many exciting opportunities for you in the state of Delaware. I encourage you to exhibit in all or as many as you can. Sargent Art is again offering art supplies to the best exhibited works for the month of March, to celebrate Youth Art Month. Students and teachers receive free art supplies!
EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITIES! - Biggs Museum/self-portrait Rembrandt exhibit, see below for more details. Deadline is February 23. - Delaware Theatre Company in Wilmington, deadline is March 6. See the form below for more details. - Youth Art Month Museum in Seattle at the NAEA National Convention. Deliver to Jennifer Boland by March 1st. See the form below for more details.
More locations throughout the state exhibiting youth art during the month of March! - Rehoboth Art League- Young at Art, awards given on March 17 - Delaware Art Museum- The Catholic Diocese of Wilmington youth art - Nemours Children Hospital
We encourage you to contact restaurants, cafe's, libraries and other public places to display work in March. Please contact Jennifer Boland to add your exhibit to our list.
To submit your student's artwork for the YAM Sargent Contest: Send your best student's work that was displayed during the month of March 2018 in digital form by April 15th. Please include your name, school, student artist's name, grade level, medium, size and the venue it was exhibited. Contact: Jennifer Boland at Jennifer.firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Call for Student artwork! Create a self-portrait in any medium for the Biggs Museum of American Art Youth Art Month show in anticipation of their upcoming exhibit, “Rembrandt Etchings: States, Fakes, and Restrikes.”
Artwork must be dropped off to the Biggs Museum no later than February 23rd. Each work should have an artist signature and artist statement about the work (at least a paragraph.) The museum will be free and open to the public for the opening of the exhibit on Saturday, March 3rd. During the month of March, all parents are welcome to view the exhibit for free by mentioning their child’s name at the front desk.