March Celebrations

It’s time to celebrate our Regional Award winners!

Thousands of young artists and writers entered their creative work to the 2022 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. Congratulations to all of the teens who entered this year for their courageous spirit. A special thank you to the educators, parents, and families who supported these teens through the process.

A variety of talented jurors reviewed and selected the Honorable Mention, Silver Key and Gold Key winners. And now, we are ready to celebrate!

LET’S CELEBRATE YOUR ACCOMPLISHMENT!

The 2022 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards received more than 11,000 entries from NYC teens, and we were amazed by the amount of talent and artistic vision. Congratulations to every young person who elected to share their creativity and voice with the Scholastic Awards this year–that alone is a huge accomplishment, and we thank you for taking the leap. The world needs your creativity!

Joyce Chai, Ichthyophobia Dream in the City, Painting. Grade 10, Frank Sinatra High School of the Arts, Astoria, NY. Jiyong Park, Educator. Silver Key, 2022.

WHAT’S NEXT?


Thursday, March 107:30 pm
2022 NYC Scholastic Art & Writing Awards Ceremony

Join us this Thursday, March 10, 2022, at 7:30 PM (ET) for the 2022 NYC Scholastic Art & Writing Awards Ceremony on YouTube Premiere. Link will be shared via email to all NYC Scholastic Awards students, parents, and educators. Sign up for an email reminder. Join us and share your enthusiasm in the live-chat!

2022 Regional Awards Celebration – YouTube

Friday, March 25, 6:00-8:00 pm
2022 NYC Scholastic Art & Writing Awards Exhibition Opening Reception

Join us for the Opening Reception of the 2022 NYC Scholastic Awards Gold Key Exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Hear student award winners share excerpts of their original works. RSVP for the Opening Reception today!

Exhibition on view: March 18–May 22, 2022 @ The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Ruth and Harold D. Uris Center for Education
1000 Fifth Avenue, New York City

Frederick Buford, I Loved Lucy, Fashion. Grade 11, Léman Manhattan Preparatory School, New York, NY. Samantha Berman, Educator. Silver Key, 2022.

HOW CAN I SEE WHO WON AN AWARD?

IF YOU ARE A STUDENT WHO ENTERED THE AWARDS . . .

Log in to your student dashboard to see if you won an award! All award recipients have the option to download a digital congratulatory letter and certificate from the main page of their dashboard. These downloads will be available until March 22, 2022. To see a full list of award recipients in your region and more information about award materials, check out your regional web page by searching your zip code here.

IF YOU ARE AN EDUCATOR WITH STUDENTS WHO ENTERED THE AWARDS . . .

Log in to your educator dashboard and click the link that says “Regional Award Certificates and Notification Letters.” Here, you will be able to access all congratulatory letters and certificates for students connected with your account who received an award. Visit your regional web page for more information about what your award recipients can expect.

IF YOU DON’T HAVE AN ACCOUNT AND ARE JUST CURIOUS . . .

Search for award recipients in your area by looking up your area’s regional web page here.

Nicole Bunyatov, Impression of Columbus Circle, Painting. Grade 11, Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts, New York, NY. David Driggers, Educator. Honorable Mention, 2022.

Community Highlights

  1. If you are a Latinx poet, consider submitting your work for the Andres Montoya Poetry Prize!
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Upcoming offerings include:  
Strengthen Your Personal Vision Through Digital Techniques with Jaime Schlesinger (Thur, April 7–June 23, 4:30–7:30 pm ET)

Principles of Digital Imagemaking & Visual Storytelling with Curtis Willocks (Sat, April 9–June 18, 12:00–3:00 pm ET)

My Visual Journal with Abigail Montes (Sat, April 9–June 18, 3:00–6:00 pm ET)

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