Entries accepted for Utah Senate Visual Arts Competition
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Utah high school students are encouraged to enter the annual Utah Senate Visual Arts Competition for a chance to win up to a $5,000 scholarship and have their artwork shown in the Utah State Capitol.

The competition is open to all Utah students in grades 9-12, including those attending a private, parochial, charter or home school. The competition is sponsored by Utah Senate President Wayne Niederhauser and administered by the Utah Division of Arts and Museums.

This year’s theme is “The People of Utah,” and all artwork must include at least one human figure. Most visual arts media are accepted except for photography or 3D. The winning artist will receive a $5,000 scholarship. Other scholarship awards include $3,000, $1,000, seven at $500, and 15 at $300. Awards will be given during Arts Day on Capitol Hill in Salt Lake City, Monday, Feb. 5, 2018.

Entries are due by Dec. 15. For complete guidelines and to submit an entry, visit artseducationprogram-utahartsmuseums.submittable.com/submit.

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