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Edmonds School District

Edmonds Arts Festival

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Each year the Edmonds Arts Festival partners with the Edmonds School District to showcase over 1200 pieces of student art in their Student Art Exhibit. The goal of this popular exhibit is to provide a venue which celebrates the talents and creative expressions of our young artists. Kindergarten through 12th grade students living or attending public or private school within the Edmonds School District boundaries are eligible to apply.

Student Art Exhibit

Frances Anderson Center, lower level

700 Main Street, Edmonds

June 17 & 18, 10-8     June 19, 10-5

STUDENT ART PARTICIPATION

Students K-6 may enter one piece, grades 7-12 may enter 2 pieces. Artwork is accepted through the following processes:

SCHOOL SELECT - Determined by student population, each participating school is given an allotment of pieces they may display. It is the school’s choice as to how they decide what pieces to submit. Students should check with their teachers or office managers for information regarding their School Select entry process. Entries are selecting in spring with a school submittal deadline of April 26.

OPEN CLASS – K-12 student artists that do not have the School Select option, or were not selected through the School Select program are invited to submit art for consideration through Open Class selection. Open class selection is juried by two local professional community artists. Registrations are accepted online April 27-May 6, 5pm. (Do not use if already selected through School Select for the maximum amount or artwork allowed.) For Open Class criteria and instructions, click on the following link: OPEN CLASS ENTRY

Questions regarding the online submission process or students having difficulties accessing the online form may contact Barb Childs at 425-431-7117 for assistance.

 

AWARDS

TOP HONOR AWARDS: Two professional community artists will jury the exhibit and award Top Honor Awards. Top Honor artists will receive monetary awards and recognition at an awards celebration Saturday morning on the Festival’s main stage.

STUDENT ART POSTER: One piece of artwork will be selected by the Festival Student Art Directors to be the 2022 Edmonds Arts Festival Student Art Poster. The art poster will be on display and for sale during the event. The artist will receive $100 honorarium. All sale proceeds will benefit EAFF Classroom Instruction Grants and Student Scholarships.

Questions may be referred to:

Barbara G. Childs,

Edmonds School District Community Arts Program Coordinator

childsba@edmonds.wednet.edu

(425) 431-7117 

2016 Gallery photos