Oregon students in grades 7-12 are invited to submit their art for a chance to be featured in a special Oregon Agriculture Showcase event. The purpose of this contest is to showcase the beauty of Oregon agriculture while creating a positive learning experience for Oregon students and further their understanding of agriculture’s impact on our daily lives.
Possible artwork includes: poems, writings, songs, photographs, sculptures, paintings, metalwork and jewelry, or other forms of art. There is no limitation to the level of creativity of the submissions.
Possible art subjects include (but are not limited to): Oregon-grown foods, farm equipment or animals, and any Oregon-grown commodity (i.e., hazelnuts, eggs, wheat, trees, potatoes, seafood, grass, fruits, vegetables, livestock, poultry). Only Oregon-grown products, please (some agricultural products are not grown in Oregon, like bananas and pineapples).
The artist must be an Oregon student in grades 7-12.
Students’ art must be original. Creativity and uniqueness are encouraged.
Art entered in the contest should feature Oregon agriculture and commodities only. Use of commercial characters or TV figures will be disqualified.
An official entry form MUST be completed and submitted with the students’ art.
Finalist and Grand Prize Winner Details
Thirty artists will receive special recognition from Oregon Agriculture in the Classroom. Of that thirty, three finalists will be chosen to have their art highlighted at an Oregon Agriculture Showcase Event. Depending on the style of art, finalists’ work will have the potential of being showcased at additional events/shows. From the three finalists, the grand prize winner will receive a $100 cash prize, 2nd place will receive $50, and 3rd place will receive $25.
Submissions must be uploaded via the entry form below. Uploaded files can be text, documents, videos, or pictures of the art. The top three finalists will be requested to have their art in person at the final Oregon Agriculture Showcase Event. If you are a finalist, we will make arrangements to have your physical art piece delivered and/or how to best display your art.
All submissions must be received or postmarked by May 9, 2018 at 5:00pm.