Local pun experts can put their gift into action by participating in the annual Lenox Peeps Show, an event calling for families to create pun-filled dioramas depicting historic moments and featuring Peeps instead of miniature human beings. The creative possibilities are endless!
Public art is designed to make us think. Whether it’s about local history, traffic safety, or our cultural heritage, public artwork sends a message. Children have the opportunity to create public artwork to send a message about climate change by participating in UMass Lowell’s Cool Science contest! Young artists can learn about climate science and art with a purpose by creating entries, and winners might get to see their art made public.
Marine Art Contest for K-12 Students Kids whose favorite artistic subjects are sharks and octopi can put their drawing and identification skills to good use in the Massachusetts Marine Educators’ Marine Art Contest! Open to students in grades K-12, the contest is open to art related to or inspired by the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary. Located between Cape Ann and Cape Cod, the area is home to marine life from plankton… Read More
Be Kind to Animals Week The Dakin Pioneer Valley Humane Society & The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art present Be Kind to Animals Week Writing and Art Contest, for kids in grades K-6th, in celebration of Be Kind to Animals Week (Week of May 4-10, 2008). Click on the above poster to read the contest rules. Entry Deadline: Friday, April 18, 2008 at 5:00 p.m. All contestants will be honored… Read More