Today, U.S. Representative Ed Royce (R-Fullerton) announced that his office is now accepting submissions to the Congressional Art Competition for California’s 39th Congressional District.
The Congressional Art Competition is a national contest organized once a year to give high school students the opportunity to showcase their artistic abilities. All high school students within California’s 39th Congressional District are encouraged to submit their favorite piece of original art to the competition.
“After last year’s record number of contest submissions, I look forward to viewing the breathtaking paintings, drawings, and photographs created by our community’s talented young artists,” said Rep. Royce.
The winner, as determined by a panel of judges from esteemed art institutions, will receive two complimentary airline tickets to Washington, D.C., so they may see their artwork displayed in the U.S. Capitol and meet with Rep. Royce. Only one winning artist will be chosen from each Congressional District around the country.
Hailey Shi of Diamond Bar High School won the Congressional Art Competition last year with her entry “Flying With Hope.”
Artwork must be submitted to either Rep. Royce’s Brea Office (210 W. Birch Street, Ste. 201, Brea, CA) or Rowland Heights Office (1380 S. Fullerton Road, Rowland Heights, CA) by 5 …read more
Source:: U.S. Rep. Ed Royce