ArtOne knows that dreams need to be supported, and that dreams for creative careers need to be nurtured by mentors and professionals that can give good advice and the occasional boost. That's why we're committed to building our capacity to find awards and scholarships for our students.
To that end, we offer direct support that's based on our belief that excellence needs to be recognized and that the right help and the right time can make a world of difference in getting noticed, getting ahead and building a future in creativity.
ArtOne is pleased to announce the launch of ArtOne Awards, a visual arts prize designed to encourage young students' participation in the arts. These awards are limited to talented young artists from ages 13 to 18, so if you, or someone you know is in grade 7 to grade 12, and they have artistic talent, this is the chance to use that talent to shine! Click here to enter!
Each year, the ArtOne Awards will be given to deserving students based on evaluation of their art submissions by the ArtOne advisors, teachers and artists we work with. These experts will select students to win the following prizes:
But the awards are just the start! All entries will be eligible for additional review by faculty and admissions staff of prestigious art schools in the U.S. and considered for additional awards from interested art and design colleges that are in the Association of Independent College of Art and Design (AICAD).
The winners will also have their work displayed in presentations done at the upcoming conferences for both the Association of Independent College of Art and Design (AICAD), and the National Art Education Association (NAEA). Winners and their parents are welcome by ArtOne to attend these events.
If you'd like more information, please contact Kevin Conlon at email@example.com
ArtOne engages artistic students through a variety of programming options and is connected with many partners in the U.S. and abroad. Our mission is to connect talented young artists and designers to those who can help them make decisions about an academic path to a successful creative career.