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Meet your Midwest Region 2014 National Student Poet representative Weston Clark! Weston, who hails from Zionsville, IN and is a sophomore at Park Tudor School in Indianapolis, has been writing poetry since he was in first grade.
Click here to read fun facts and watch what Weston has to say about what poetry means to him!

Scholastic Hosts Art.Write.Now.POP-UP! with Harrison Love Creating Live Art in Its SoHo Headquarters Window

Take a look at this piece via Street Art NYC featuring POP UP resident Harrison Love! This great interview was conducted by City-as-School intern Tyler Dean Flores.

#AWawards alum Harrison Love in the Art.Write.Now.POP UP!

Today in the Art.Write.Now.POP UP! Harrison’s going digital! Check out these digital paintings projected on his shirt. Reminds us of the digital portrait station at our Maker Prom

thedustyrebel:

Lost Time
Scholastic Awards & Colossal Media massive, hand-painted mural of high school senior and 2014 Gold Medalist Steven Paul’s photograph, “Lost Time.” (Williamsburg, Brooklyn)
More photos: Street Art, Colossal Media
coollnerd:

got myself a nice medal for my national silver scholastics #AWawards
parasailin-sarahpalin:

DAY 2: The second day I was in NY I went to the Guggenheim and attended the awards ceremony at Carnegie Hall. The winners got to go backstage and everything and the guest speakers were fashion designer Zac Posen and Nick Cannon #tbt #AWawards

scholasticreadingclub:

Have you seen this remarkable video about the talented teen photographer Steven Paul, his muse, and the mural recreating his art?

Seriously, go watch. 

Visit nbcnews.com and the Art & Writing awards site for more information.

How to Enter | Scholastic Art & Writing Awards

thewine-darksea:

To any High School artists and writers following me:

Check out this contest! It’s seriously so much fun, and I am so glad I participated in it for two years of High School. It’s a great opportunity to see your work recognized—whether it’s only regionally or you make it all the way to nationals!

In high school, people like Andy Warhol, Joyce Carol Oates, and Sylvia Plath received awards through this program! I felt so honored to win my national award from Scholastic alongside names like those.

Another great perk? You have the chance to win scholarships! I received a $1000 for my schooling during my senior year of high school and my English teacher received $200 for the English department, which was wonderful. 

Seriously, it’s a great program. So check it out and consider entering! What have you got to lose?

Inbox me if you have any questions about it! 

First Lady Michelle Obama hosts a poetry reading in honor of the 2014 National Student Poets (from left: Cameron Messinides, Madeleine LeCesne, Ashley Gong, Julia Falkner and Weston Clark) in the Blue Room of the White House, Sept. 18, 2014. (Photo by Paul Morse for the National Student Poets Program)
A first round of applause for the 2014 National Student Poets! Sure to be the first of many as they serve as literary ambassadors for the year! 

Have you ever been curious about what happens in an artist’s studio? Here’s your chance to find out! All week long, Scholastic Art & Writing Awards alumnus, Harrison Love, is transforming the Scholastic Store main display with his artwork as part of the Art.Write.Now.POP UP! residency. From 10am – 7pm each day, Harrison will be creating art in front of a public audience, leaving 557 Broadway with a seriously stunning display by the end of the week (and it’s pretty cool right now, too).

To find out more, click here!

1.       Get the info!  Deadlines vary by region. Find your local program guidelines and deadlines here.
2.       Create an account! Once you’ve made your masterpiece, visit artandwriting.org to create your Scholastic Awards account and upload your work. This will be your creativity command center!

3.       Stamp it and Send it!  Have your submission forms signed by a parent / guardian and an educator, and then mail them off with your submission fee to your local program.
Find out more about the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards and how to enter HERE!
The launch of the 2015 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards is almost upon us! We can’t wait to see all of your great submissions!
We’re packing up the crates for the Art.Write.Now.Tour 2014-15! First stop:Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, RI. Join us September 15 for the opening reception!