IAEA Student Art Show 2017
How to Submit Student Art Work:
Choose up to 20 of your students’ 2D artworks for the show
No need to get parent permissions yet, submit & wait to see what pieces get chosen
Submit the digital, cropped images through the Entry Forms tab below
There are two entry forms for Special Needs Students and Student Show Entries
Student Art Work Submission Deadline: April 24, 2017
You will be notified with the results by Monday, May 15, 2017.
Thank you so much for considering participation, we really need you!
Call for Judges:
This year, we are trying something new, we’re virtual judging via Google Forms at the Elementary, Middle School and High School levels, grade level by grade level. You will be judging the grade levels you teach. We are looking for:
3 judges at the Elementary level
3 judges at the Middle School level
3 judges at the High School level
Judging will open Saturday, May 6th at 8:00 AM and close Sunday May 7th, 2017 at 11:00 PM
Your bio will be added to the program handed out at the Student Art Show Reception, and your name and school announced at the reception for the Students show.
For more information regarding submitting artwork, judging or hosting the show please contact
Susan Tiemstra at email@example.com
The 2016-2017 IAEA Student Art Show – “Redefining Extraordinary” demonstrates to the public the breadth of experience young people in Illinois are getting in their art programs.
Each year Illinois Art Education Association members are asked to submit images of stellar artwork that was created in their classroom. All art submissions are 2 dimensional projects produced through a variety of techniques; painting, drawing, collage, mixed media, weaving and metal work are just a few examples.
This year 790 pieces of art from students in grades Kindergarten through high school were submitted by eighty-five teachers. This is the first year that we added the Special Needs category to the IAEA Student Show. The IAEA Board and the Student Show Co-Chairs, felt the need to celebrate the importance of students with special needs and their creativity.
From the artwork submitted, 40 student pieces plus 5 pieces from students with Special Needs were chosen. The judges were art teachers representing elementary, middle school & the high school level. The judging process is long & labored due to the tremendous amount of high quality work submitted.
For the IAEA Student Art Show each of the forty-five pieces were professionally mounted & framed. The show opened at the IAEA conference in November, with a student artist reception & awards ceremony.
We would like to congratulate all 45 Student Artists and their Art Educators who submitted their work on being selected to be in the 2016-2017 IAEA Student Art Show!
The Artist Reception was held at the 2016 IAEA Conference on Saturday November 5th, 2016 from 9:00 a.m. until 10:30 a.m. During this celebration these artists, their family, friends, and art teachers celebrated their artistic talents.
After the conference the show travels to the Illinois School Board Association State Conference, schools, libraries, and galleries throughout the state.
Teachers, start collecting artwork to show off your students hard work!
Please submit your students’ artwork by filling out the form under the “Entry Form” tab on this page.
Please fill out a form for each student artist, upload/attach each artwork to this form and “Submit” at the bottom of the page.
(You will be able to fill out another form for each student artist and artwork after each submission.)
Student Artwork Images submitted for consideration must:
-Be in a digital “jpeg” format. It is preferred that images submitted have the highest resolution possible, please.
-Cropped to the edges of the image, and ready for publication.
What if I am totally confused and don’t know how to use this form to submit artwork?
The best advice is to first meet with someone in your building who may be able to help, such as a tech coordinator. There is usually a resident expert in every school.
If you need any additional help, please contact me, Susan TIemstra @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
I will be happy to walk you through any questions.
By submitting this form, you (the guardian) agree to the following statement:
“ I give my authorization to submit my child’s artwork to the IAEA Student Art Show. I understand that if my child’s work is selected it will be part of a traveling exhibition throughout the state of Illinois during the months of November 2017- August 2018. I agree to allow the IAEA to publish the name of my child on IAEA materials in relation to this show and this show only.”
Thank you so much for submitting!
Art educators work to develop projects, ideas, tools, techniques, and resources that help foster the children’s strengths, working towards building on weaknesses, mobility, repetition, and creativity. As Art educators, we try our best to meet the needs of all of our students. We learn something everyday from them. They challenge us to think differently about the creative process. Every person can be a maker, a creator and inventor, and a problem solver. It amazes me what children come up with and how they interpret the world around them. When they struggle, they let us know and we work towards another idea or way for them to be successful.
For this show we will be considering 5 works (K-12th grade) of art to be considered to be in the Student Show. The same rules apply for the consideration for this show. There are a few added rules.
- Students must have completed at least a certain percentage of the art works by themselves with assistance from an Art Educator and or paraprofessional. Assistance can mean many things depending on the age of the student artist and their physical and mental abilities to be able to do and not to be able to do certain techniques and steps in making an artwork. We are looking for a balance of student independence as well as assistance when needed.
- The student must have an IEP .
We hope you will consider submitting art works! We wanted to open the doors for all student artworks to be considered for the IAEA Student Show