The deadline for the Pacem in Terris annual Visionary Peace Youth Art Exhibition has been extended to August 31, 2020. Organizations that work with youth are encouraged to submit. 

Youth in grades K-12 are invited to CREATE ART by painting or drawing images that answer the questions: What does peace look like? What does peace mean to you? These “Visions of a Peaceful World” will be displayed in an online gallery. 

A number of pieces will be selected and framed to join their Traveling Peace Youth Art Exhibition, which goes on display at various locations throughout the state. 

Guidelines for submissions are as follows:

  • Artwork can be created on any type of paper or canvas, any size up to 12” x 16”
  • Each piece must be accompanied by a statement, 1-3 sentences describing the artist’s vision.
  • The artist’s name, age, group, and statement should be written on a separate paper (index card) and attached to the artwork by a paperclip.

To submit your artwork, or ask any further questions, please contact Carolyn Bitzer at submissions@depaceminterris.org

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