We invite all teachers, parents and artists, to participate in this extracurricular experience. As this is a national call for youth art we are limiting the call to the first 300 entries received in three tiers: Elementary, Middle and High School divisions. There is a; $10.00 entry registration fee and only one piece of artwork per student.
1. Students will research the 12 Freedoms gained, then choose one concept to develop.
2. Students are to create an original work of art that expresses their interpretation of the concept.
3. Students will register online and upload a picture of their art work to be judged.
To Birth and Name Your Children
To Know and Preserve Your History
To Marry and Have A Family
To Serve in the Military
To Vote Legislate and Govern
To Own & Do Business
To Grow Food To Read and Write
1. Gain historical background of Juneteenth and the freedoms gained by African Americans in the first one hundred years post the Emancipation Proclamation.
2. Distinguish and compare different types of freedoms and expressions.
3. Identify key terminology and concepts of freedom.