Since 1923, the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards have recognized the vision, ingenuity, and talent of our nation’s youth, and provided opportunities for creative teens to be celebrated.Submit Student Artwork
Gold Key Winner
The Minnesota Scholastic Art Awards competition is the regional Scholastic event for our area.The 2022 Minnesota Scholastic Art Awards were held virtually again this year due to Covid19. The judging of almost 2,800 submissions was held on January 8th. The award ceremony was held virtually on February 26th. As a result of the combined efforts of the University of Minnesota and the Weisman Art Museum, with the support of the MSAA Committee and Art Educators of Minnesota, the 2022 MSAA competition was able to take place.
Gold Key Winner
Once again, the Weisman Art Museum at the University of Minnesota was the site for the Minnesota Scholastic Art Awards ceremonies taking place on Saturday, February 25th. Over 600 students were honored, receiving their silver and gold Scholastic pins. A special thanks to the following speakers who presented at each of the 5 ceremonies: Russ White, Chotsani Dean, Anne Labovitz, Peng Vu and Carolyn Swiczc. A special thanks to Jamee Jung and her staff at the Weisman for all of their work in putting this event together, and Howard Oransky at The Regis Center of Art who was responsible for exhibiting the student works. Art Educators of Minnesota is grateful for their continued partnership with the University of Minnesota to be able to hold this important event that honors the artistic achievements of 7th - 12th grade students from across the state.
The Minnesota Scholastic Art Awards (MSAA) exhibition and awards ceremonies are made possible through the generous support of our sponsors, contributors and Art Educators of Minnesota (AEM). To learn more about how you can contribute to AEM, please visit www.aem-mn.org/donate.