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本次比赛面向从幼儿园到 12 年级的所有美国学生(以及驻海外军人的子女)开放。学生被要求创作以 NASA 的科学、技术、航空和人类探索活动为主题的艺术作品“几乎无处不在。” 可以使用多种介质。

NASA’s Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia is inviting students in grades K-12 to draw, paint or design what’s next in science, aeronautics, and exploration in the 2023 NASA Langley Student Art Contest. The contest is open to all children grades K-12 attending public, private, parochial and homeschools who are residents of the United States

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K-12 艺术比赛 


Science without Borders® Challenge

International Student Art Contest

一年一度的科学无国界挑战赛邀请学生创建一个媒体项目,以提高人们对保存、保护和恢复世界海洋和水生资源需求的认识。比赛的主题和要求每年都在变化,但仍与世界海洋保护相关。2021 年的挑战与红树林有关。比赛面向全球 11 至 19 岁的学生开放。500 美元的奖学金并颁发给获奖作品。入场免费。

The Science Without Borders® Challenge is an international contest that engages students and teachers in ocean conservation through art. This annual competition inspires students to be creative while promoting public awareness of the need to preserve, protect, and restore the world’s oceans and aquatic resources, contributing to the overarching goals of the Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation. The Challenge is open to primary and secondary school students 11-19 years old, with scholarships of up to $500 awarded to the winning entries.

学术艺术与写作奖于 1923 年发起,已成为美国年轻、有创造力的学生最大的奖学金来源。学术艺术与写作奖的获奖者包括安迪·沃霍尔、西尔维娅·普拉斯和斯蒂芬·金,这些获奖者已成为其受人尊敬的领域的偶像。在美国和加拿大的 7 至 12 年级就读的学生可以申请。共有 28 个艺术和写作类别可供报名。Scholastic 每年与 100 多个视觉和文学艺术组织合作,向学生及其学校颁发超过 250,000 美元的奖品和奖学金。提交的作品有机会在学术出版物上发表,包括国家目录和最佳青少年写作,这些出版物分发给全国的学校和图书馆。
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We want to celebrate work that is unique and blurs boundaries. We want work that challenges your assumptions.  Is it new? Does it surprise you?  

An original work is different from what others have created. This means the work is not copied from someone else’s original art or writing. We understand that artists and writers sometimes make work that references other creators and popular culture in original and meaningful ways, but every work that wins an Award must be substantially different from any source material. 

Entries are selected for awards without knowledge of the student’s gender, age, ethnicity, or hometown by some of the foremost leaders in the visual and literary arts. Many Scholastic Awards alumni have lent their expertise as jurors, including Michael Bierut, Philip Pearlstein, Edward Sorel, Red Grooms, and Gary Panter. Other luminaries who have served as judges include Langston Hughes, Robert Frost, Judy Blume, Billy Collins, Paul Giamatti, Francine Prose, Edwidge Danticat, David Sedaris, Lesley Stahl, Nikki Giovanni, Roz Chast, Wangechi Mutu, Andres Serrano, Kiki Smith, Jill Kraus, Shinique Smith, Rashid Johnson, and Waris Ahluwalia.  

Jurors look for works that exemplify the Awards’ core values: originality, skill, and the emergence of a personal voice or vision. 


We interpret the word “skill” broadly. This may refer to craftsmanship and the way the work was made, but it may also refer to other types of skill. Consider critical thinking, problem-solving, or the way an idea is developed over time. Empathy can be a skill. Creativity is a skill!  

Toyota Dream Car USA Art Contest

本次比赛面向 4-15 岁的儿童,要求学生提交使用蜡笔、记号笔、铅笔、油漆和/或水彩画的原创手绘“梦想汽车”,以及汽车的描述。提供 K-12 教师课程计划。共有三个年龄组,第一名(750 美元)、第二名(500 美元)和第三名(250 美元)奖金。

The Toyota Dream Car USA Art Contest is designed to inspire creativity in youth, ages 4-15, and help them imagine the future of mobility.

Nine U.S. art contest winners are selected each year: the top three in three age categories (4-7 years; 8-11 years; and 12-15 years). There are three judging criteria for the artwork: execution, uniqueness, and artistry.

Toyota Motor Corporation in Japan held the first worldwide contest in 2004. Nearly 90 countries now host their own national contests. The FY23 fiscal year marks the 12th time that the contest has been presented in the United States.


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