NO PLACE FOR HATE® STUDENT ART CONTEST
Congratulations to our 2020-2021 Student Art Contest WINNERS!!!
Even during a year of change and the unknown, art remains such a critical part of our expression. ADL’s No Place for Hate Student Art Contest was a great success, with over 140 pieces of artwork submitted, from schools in Colorado and New Mexico. We received 2D pieces that included a multimedia approach and each was unique with descriptions that provided a depth of meaning and understanding by each student. Congratulations to all the artists, educators and families for their creativity and thoughtfulness in responding to our prompt:
- We Build Community?
- We Find Common Ground?
- Diversity is a Strength?
- We Take Action AgainstHate?
- We Are Different, Together
Check out ALL of the winning student art here and the descriptions of their work: 2020-2021 NPFH Student Art Winners
Twelve judges had the difficult task to discern which pieces stood out based on well thought out pieces that clearly address the topic; depth of feeling about the subject; originality, universality and imagination; and expression and style. The purpose of this contest is to provide an opportunity for elementary, middle and high school students to submit original 2D artwork to convey their vision of a world without prejudice through art. The aim is to showcase artists that will inspire ideas and renewed energy for what we can do to challenge bullying behavior, prejudice and discrimination.
Winners were chosen in four age categories:
- Grades K-2 (lower elementary)
- Grades 3-5 (upper elementary)
- Grades 6-8 (middle school)
- Grades 9-12 (high school)
We can’t wait til next year! Keep an eye out and keep making art!
Deadline for 2021-2022- TBD
To view past year’s winners, visit the links below:
Check out ADL’s 2019-2020 Art Contest Winners.
Check out ADL’s 2018-2019 Student Art Contest Winners
Check out ADL’s 2017-2018 Student Art Contest Winners
Check out ADL’s 2016-2017 Student Art Contest Winners
Check out ADL’s 2015-2016 Student Art Contest Winners
Check out ADL’s 2014-2015 Student Art Contest Winners
Check out ADL’s 2013-2014 Student Art Contest winners
Art Contest Participation Details Below:
Check out the NEW art contest guidelines, especially the new ability to submit work electronically. No matter which theme the artist chooses, see the flier and entry form below.
NEW ONLINE SUBMISSION Options – The entire entry process can now be done ONLINE! We hope this online process will help in reaching out to hybrid and remote students and staff (even “in-person” folx can use this method). Simply share the following link with students, staff, administrators, and families: https://form.jotform.com/202525806462049. The form does have a language selection menu on the top-right for folx who would like to view the online form in Spanish.
For Middle and High School students, we encourage you to watch the video Imagine A World Without Hate to prompt your creative ideas for your artwork. For educators, check out the Educator’s Guide, and this website for biographies of those featured in the video: https://www.adl.org/imagine-a-world-without-hate