Sixth Annual Student Art Contest
For the past five years, visitors to our lobby have been wowed by the outstanding work done by Wisconsin public school students and we’re happy to showcase their talent!
In 2021, we are accepting art that focuses on enriching lives through diversity and inclusion. Through art, we are celebrating what makes each one of us unique. It could be:
- Your unique style of art.
- An attribute that makes you unique.
- Something that makes you proud of who you are.
Once again this year, monetary prizes from WEA Member Benefits Foundation, Inc., will be awarded to ten student winners, and one student artist will receive the “Loeymae Lange Best in Show” award.
Learn more and enter the contest at weabenefits.com/studentartcontest. Contest open March 1 – April 30, 2021.
Consider giving to WEA Member Benefits Foundation. As you decide on your charitable gift giving this year, consider a donation to the Foundation. Its purpose is to support public education, public educators, and the communities they serve. Learn more by visiting weafoundation.org.
NEW opportunities for student art submissions
This year, monetary prizes will be awarded to ten individual student winners. In addition, a new “Loeymae Lange Memorial Best in Class Award” will be given to one student artist whose art exemplifies originality, expression, use of artistic elements, principals of design, overall presentation of artwork, and message.
The new Best in Class Award, offered through WEA Member Benefits Foundation, Inc., is named in memory of Loeymae Lange, who taught art at Cooper Elementary School in Burlington, Wisconsin, for 30 years. Her brother, Dr. Paul Lange, and his wife June are honoring Loeymae’s legacy and love for art by providing this new memorial gift and additional financial support to our art contest.
This is a great opportunity for your students to shine! More information about the art contest, including contest rules, eligibility, and art submission information is available at weabenefits.com/studentartcontest.
Deadline to enter this year’s Student Art Contest is May 15, 2019.