Tessellation is the combination of mathematics and artistic ability. Submit your original artwork using the symmetry art works of M.C. Escher as a model. You could win M.C. Escher prizes and a place for your artwork in the “Hall of Fame”! Artwork must be done in watercolor, color pencils, pen & ink, marker, or computer-generated. (You can come to the site to vote for current entries in the running.) This website runs contests regularly. Current contest ends May 31, 2010.
Archive for March, 2010
For poetry and short fiction. For those 13-19 year olds who were born in another country, or who have one or both birth parents who were born in another country.
Deadline June 1, 2010.
For information: http://www.mitaliperkins.com/teencontests.htm#2006
Duke University offers two writing camps for students next summer. The Young Writers’ Camp offers three sessions and is for students Grades 6-11.
There’s one session of the Creative Writers’ Workshop, and it’s for Grades 10-11.
Students can be day students or board at either camp.
Two sessions for young writers. First session available for students entering grades 9-12. Second session for committed high school students entering 10th grade or above.
Workshops include songwriting, screenplay & playwriting, creative nonfiction, poetry, and fiction.
The Cranbrook Academy for the Arts in Bloomfield, MI offers three three-week sessions for young artists aged 13-18. Sessions take place Monday through Firday from 9:30-3:30, but boarding is available. Students can attend one, two, or all three sessions.
The Blue Pencil Online is edited and produced by the students at the Walnut Hill School for the Arts in Natick, Massachusetts. The magazine seeks to publish the best of literary work in English by young writers aged 12-18 from around the world.
This information has been added on the www.YAAGroup.org to the Markets area, which shows many more markets for writers and artists.