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Student Art Contest & Show

Artwork by Evelin Langenfeld

Special Events

Audubon Society of Omaha

Student Art Contest & Show 2018

Themes: Birds of the Midwest or Endangered Bird Species

Deadline for Entries: *The Deadline for Entries has Passed*

Awards Ceremony: Saturday, April 14, 2018

Click here to see the list of 2018 winners.

Art Show and Awards Ceremony

Artwork of all student participants will be on exhibit at the John Muller Administration Building on the Bellevue University Campus (get directions below). The art show will open at 12:00 noon on Saturday, April 14 and close at 3:30pm. The art show is free and open to the public.

All Excellence and Merit Award winners will be honored at an awards ceremony on Saturday, April 14 at 2:00 pm during the art show. Each winner will receive a ribbon and a special prize, to be presented at the awards ceremony.

All Award of Excellence winners and Award of Merit winners are asked to be present to receive their awards. Kindergartners will be honored first and high school students last. All will have their names read and be called to receive their award ribbon and prize. The list of 2018 winners can be found here.

No written confirmation will be sent out to teachers or schools. Teachers, parents and students must check the web site for winners/judging results. 

Return of Student Artwork

All student artwork must be picked up by the student or teacher on April 14, 2018 before 3pm at the John Muller Administration Building on the Bellevue University Campus (get directions above).

Unfortunately, we cannot store any artwork beyond that date, unless parents and/or teachers call and make special arrangements for pickup.
The Audubon Society values every student's artwork, and we take great care with each piece. However, we cannot assume any responsibility for the loss of, or damage to, submitted art. 

A Final Call for Help!

This contest is organized by volunteers who are members of the Audubon Society of Omaha. Our organization is dedicated to the active promotion of environmental awareness to our community through education, conservation, and enjoyment of our natural heritage, especially birds.

If you are excited about this contest and would like to see it continue next year, please call (402) 445-4138 or email and volunteer to help. There are many volunteer opportunities that require only a 2-3 hour commitment per year. 

For More Information

If you have any questions that have not been answered here, please contact:

Virginia Stauffer

Jackie Scholar