Scholarships for art education classes at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts are also awarded.
Honorable Mention Ribbons awarded at the discretion of the judges.
Each artist receives a Certificate of Participation in The National Arts Program® Public Exhibit
The 2017 exhibit is open to the public on weekdays, April 1- 14, 2017 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the City-County Building lobby. The exhibit is free to the public. All artists may upload photographs of their original artwork and their personal biography on the National Arts Program Foundation’s interactive website.
Art Education Award for Youth or Teen Category
Art Education Award for Youth or Teen Category of $200 will be awarded directly by the National Arts Program. This award may be given to any one artist in either the Teen or Youth categories. Award is to be used as payment for a visual arts class, training from an instructor, or art materials that will help further their art education or practice. The National Arts Program’s intention is to allow the judges to award this as they see fit to any artist in the Youth or Teen Category that shows great promise. The winner may not be the recipient of any additional awards. The winner may not be from any of the Adult categories.