Congressional Art Competition 2021 Winner
To Long for More by
Sarah Sanseverino is a student at American Heritage School.
Click on this link to view a gallery of all the 2021 entries! Art Competition | house.gov
Thank you and congratulations to all of our participants this year- your work was impressive and you are to be commended on your artistic talents. Click here to view the finalists and honorable mentions.
2-Atomas by Olivia Blaker of Marjory Stoneman Douglas HS
3-Creatures of the Deep by Cristina Sanchez of Coral Glades HS
Moonlit Waters by Talia Cosentino of St. John Paul II Academy
Silenced by Alexander Denisov of Marjory Stoneman Douglas HS
The 2021 art competition has ended. Thank you to all who submitted artwork.
What is it?
A 2-D art competition sponsored by the House of Representatives each year. Participating Members of Congress hold a competition to showcase the artistic talent of students who live in their districts. The winning piece is displayed for one year in an exhibit located in the Cannon tunnel at the U.S. Capitol.
In the past, the winner and one guest are invited to Washington, D.C. for a winners’ reception.
Click this link for RULES: https://www.house.gov/sites/default/files/uploads/documents/2021-Rules-for-Students-and-Teachers.pdf
Click this link for required STUDENT RELEASE FORM: https://www.house.gov/sites/default/files/uploads/documents/2021-Student-Release-Form-Fillable.pdf
Please Direct All Questions and Submissions to Rep. Deutch’s Point of Contact:
Jen Raducci, 561-470-5440 or via email Jennifer.Raducci@mail.house.gov