About the Award
Established in 2003 by the Sutton Avian Research Center and in collaboration with NatureWorks, Inc., the Sutton Art Award recognizes high school students who demonstrate the ability to communicate current conservation topics in compelling ways. The Sutton Art Award is comprised of up to $20,000 in cash which will be distributed to winning student submissions and their instructors as determined by the selection committee.
This scholarship competition is free to enter and open to all Oklahoma High School students grades 9-12 (public, private or homeschool). In addition to the artwork, each student submits a 250-word essay that explains how his or her work communicates information about a current conservation issue. Each submission is judged 2/3 or artwork and 1/3 on essay. Categories: 2-D, 3-D and PHOTOGRAPHY
RESOURCES FOR ART SUBMISSIONS
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Feb 1- Online Submissions Open
March 16- Online Submissions Close at CST Midnight. No late submissions will be accepted.
Feb 18-March 7- Online Gallery Available for Public Viewing
March 7- Virtual Awards Ceremony
Please consider donating to our scholarship fund. You support not only helps young artists, but encourages students to learn more about wildlife and the need to conserve our natural heritage. If you would like more information about participating in the 2021 Award or becoming a patron, please contact Audra Fogle, Director of Development. email@example.com