ART In The Community

ART In The Community

Scottsdale Young Artists & Authors Showcase 2021

Theme “United in Hope” Student Art & Writing Competition

HM Danielle Sharkey -Worlds Kitchen -Cha

“United in Hope” Exhibit & Virtual Showcase
April 16 – June 20, 2021

With this theme, we ask students to explore and share their insights for a more unified and peaceful world. Sister Cities aims to promote peace through mutual respect, understanding, and cooperation – one individual, one community at a time. We invite students to share your creations with us and our friends around the world.

Virtual Award Ceremony: May 8th, 2:00-3:00 pm

Proudly presented by
Scottsdale Sister Cities Association
In partnership with
Scottsdale Arts Learning & Innovation
Scottsdale Artists’ School.

For this theme, we ask students to explore and share their insights for a more unified and peaceful world. Sister Cities aims to promote peace through mutual respect, understanding, and cooperation – one individual, one community at a time. We invite you to share your creations with us and our friends around the world. Email info@scottsdalesistercities.com   Categories: Visual Art, Essay, Poetry

Upcoming Teen Art & Writing Exchanges:
Kingston-Scottsdale, Marrakech-Scottsdale, Alamos-Scottsdale

The COVID-19 pandemic is a unique phenomenon in that it has affected every country around the globe. However, as is common in tragedy, hope shines through for those who persevere. Hope is a uniting force during this time as people struggle to cope with its ongoing effects and once again start to imagine a life without social distancing or wearing a mask. Indeed, the younger generation is capable of dreaming of a human existence that is even more dynamic, more advanced, and more resilient than ever before.

Students should explore the following questions through through the eyes of people who believe people to people international activities will make the world a better place and and include creative ways that we should stand together looking toward the future.

  • How can the next generation of youth ambassadors help communities respond during and after the pandemic?

  • In what ways does international experience affect an individual or community’s ability to stay hopeful?

  • What are some examples or illustrations of coming together and celebrating our hope in humanity and its future?

  • What are some unique ways that your culture has proven to be hopeful during the past year?

Click below for the AWARD CEREMONY FLYER, GUIDELINES & ENTRY FORM.

YAAS GUIDE, FORM, FLYER

ENTRIES DUE APRIL 2, 2021

WINNING ENTRIES AWARDED PRIZES ON MAY 8, 2021


 

ART AT THE LIBRARY – Updated info coming soon
Join SAS at different Scottsdale Libraries to create your own different types of art. Use personality, mood and attitude to inspire your own flowers, friend, still life, hero, sidekick, villains and more. Space is limited, so please see a staff person prior to the start of the program to pick up a ticket which will be your registration.
This is a free event for ages 10 thru teens.

SCOTTSDALE PUBLIC LIBRARY 
Please check the Scottsdale Library website for updated information. 

  • APPALOOSA LIBRARY (7377 E SILVERSTONE DR; 85255)
  • PALOMINO LIBRARY (12575 E VIA LINDA, SUITE 102; 85259)
  • ARABIAN LIBRARY (10215 E MCDOWELL MTN RANCH RD; 85255)
  • MUSTANG LIBRARY (10101 N 90TH ST; 85258)
  • CIVIC CENTER LIBRARY (3839 N DRINKWATER BLVD; 85251)