Category: Youth Art Month

Registration is Open – Youth Art Month at the Worcester Art Museum

In addition to the MAEA statewide YAM exhibit to be held at the Transportation Building in Boston, Youth Art Month will be celebrated at a number of regional locations across the state.

Registration is now open for the Youth Art Month exhibit at the Worcester Art Museum and closes February 1, 2019. This regional exhibit is organized by a committee of teachers in conjunction with the Worcester Art Museum, and is open to the districts in and around Worcester.

This year each teacher may submit up to 4 works at no cost, regardless of MAEA membership. All work meeting exhibit requirements will be accepted. Learn more.

2018 YAM Flag Design
2018 YAM Flag Design
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Youth Art Month Flag Contest

Don’t miss out on this great opportunity for your students. The Youth Art Month Flag Contest is open to students in grades K-12. Finished flag designs should be submitted digitally by December 14.
The student of the winning design will be awarded $400 from Sargent Art, and the teacher receives $600 in Sargent Art materials. There are also elementary, middle, and high school winners! Learn more.
2018 YAM Flag Design
SARGENT ART FOR SPONSORING Youth Art Month MAEA

Statewide Youth Art Month Exhibit 2019

Youth Art Month 2019 BannerMake sure you are a part of our 2019 statewide Youth Art Month exhibit, where we will honor Massachusetts artists in grades k-12 and celebrate quality art education at the State Transportation Building in Boston.

Important Dates
Registration Open – 11/1 – 12/14  Exhibit Open – 2/11 – 3/27

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2017 Youth Art Month | Boston United Through Art

State Transportation Building | Boston, MA

February 13 – March 30, 2017

Don’t miss the opportunity that a statewide exhibit offers! In 2016 MAEA’s Statewide Exhibit featured close to 900 works representing approximately eighty communities and was viewed by thousands of people! Make sure your school is represented in 2017! Drop-off sites for artwork will be available across the state.

Click here for more information.