Holocaust Art & Writing Contest


Open to grades 5–8 (Division I) and 9–12 (Division II), public, parochial or home schooled in the Miami Valley (OH)

For both art and writing, there will be cash awards and certificates given to first, second, third place as well as honorable mention pieces.

Art

Incorporating the theme, entries should involve the creative use of any of the following visual media: drawing, painting, photography, print making, three-dimensional sculpture, and mixed media. All Art pieces must have two entry forms attached, with the following information included.

  • Student Name
  • Home Address and Phone Number
  • Student Email
  • Name of School and Teacher
  • Grade
  • Title of Artwork
  • Medium

Writing

Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry and Drama. Poetry and Prose will be judged separately. Each Entry:

  • Cannot exceed 2,000 words
  • Must be typed or printed, double spaced, on one side of the paper
  • If mailing a hard copy, please include a cover page and three copies for the judges’ use
  • The cover page must include the following information:
  • Student Name
  • Home Address and Phone Number
  • Student Email
  • Name of School
  • Name of Teacher
  • Grade

Holocaust Art & Writing Contest Entry Form

Please fill out the form below in order to begin the process for your art or writing submission.

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