*Take a Journey Through Art*
Youth Art Month Flag Competition 2020
Information and Two-Step Registration Below
1. Register as a Teacher by clicking on the black Registration button in the upper left corner of this window.
2. Click below to register both of your Student Art pieces:
** 3. Click for Student Art Labels.
**CAREFULLY READ AND FOLLOW REGISTRATION STEPS**
**You may submit two pieces of student art**
Please Read below for
basic important dates and information.
Click for Basic Information Document
Refer to Youth Art Month information on the CAEA website, in "Collage," and in email correspondence.
• Bring your student art to the CAEA Fall Conference at Beaver Run Resort in Breckenridge, Colorado on Friday, November 8th between 10 AM and 4 PM. Student work will be judged and photographed. Youth Art Month level winners will be announced at the Art Auction Friday, November 8th.
• Youth Art Month Exhibition will be held at the Colorado State Capitol in the Rotunda.
YAM Student Reception
• Youth Art Month Student Reception will be Thursday, March 7th, 2019 from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM. Artwork will be taken home by the teacher directly from the Fall Conference. Copies of ALL submitted student work will be in the capitol show.
* If you cannot attend the CAEA FAll Conference, you may send your student work with someone with ALL correct labeling.
* Any student work that is not correctly labeled will not be hung or judged.
* Artwork dropped off for the YAM show at the Fall Conference will be taken home by the teacher, you may send someone to retrieve the work or request that it be mailed to you at your cost.
* Please understand: Copies of artwork for the YAM Capitol Show and for the NAEA Convention will be high quality reproductions. The decision to show copied work comes from the experience of managing unclaimed pieces. It is HIGHLY INCONVENIENT to manage and store unclaimed artwork.
* We are happy to work with you! Exercise good will towards those who take the time to plan and execute this show, as they also have their own programs to manage.