ELIGIBILITY Kindergarten through
12th Grade. Residents in the Pacific Northwest
THEME Images of Korean Culture. Draw scenes
of their choice in the area
MEDIUM 2-Dimensional Drawing. Any Medium (watercolor, acrylics, oil, pastel, crayon, etc.).
Bring your own medium (art materials)
STYLE 2 Dimensional. Only participant's 100% original artwork done on the day of the
contest will be honored
SIZE 12" X 16" or 16"
X 20". Oil & Acrylic users should bring your own stretched canvas.
For all others, the association will furnish paper that day
PRIZES Best of Show -1 Awards /$250.00 Governor's Recognition with Prize Gold - 4 Awards /$100.00/ Korean Consul General Recognition with Prize Silver - 8 Awards /$50.00 Community Leader's Recognition with Prize
Seattle-WA State Korean-American Assoc. President Recognition with Prize Special - 8 Awards / Korean Community Assoc. Leaders' Recognition with Prize And other Awards
FORM Available at your
local School / Community Center / Library / K.A.C.A.P.NW / www.koamartists.org
FEES & DEADLINE Received By mail
no later than April 30, 2013 (fee $20.00) or on-site registration
at Seattle Center (fee $30.00)
check payable to "KACAPN"
SEND ENTRIES TO Korean-American
Art & Cultural Association of Pacific Northwest (KACAPN). 18442 NE 15th Pl / Bellevue, WA 98008
Our goal to encourage, opportunity and
promote the cross-cultural art experience among young
students through an annual student art competition.
Encouraging talented young artiest to find creative
voice of their own.
The association holds an annual Students'
Art Competition that, children and young adults (K-12)
of Washington , Oregon and western Canada are invited
to this event their creativity in visual art.
The event will be held at the Seattle
Center in Seattle on Saturday, May 4, 2013, 12:30 pm
- 6:00 pm .
KACAPN is inviting everyone to come and
participate in this sharing of art and life.
The contest is fundamentally an activity
to create a space for students to get together in expressing
their ideas through art. Although it is a competition,
students may also use it as a way to express the beauty
they see in the world.
Many awards won by students from the competition
went onto various prestigious art schools like RISD,
Parsons School of Design, Pratt Institute of Art, Chicago
Art Institute, Pasadena Art Center and Coopers Union.
We hope students in your community will join this wonderful
experience in meeting other young artists from all over
the Pacific Northwest .
The primary benefit of such a competition
goes beyond a college major in the field of art. Through
this personally engaging creative activity, students
have the opportunity to deepen their awareness of beauty
and self through a medium that fosters individuality
and creative artistry.
This project sponsored by the Korean-American
Art & Cultural Association of Pacific Northwest,
encourages and supports all artists in the region in
their pursuit to enrich both personal and community
The Pacific Northwest
Students' Art Competition needs support from your family,
our community and our youth to grow rich in quality of
life and community for our future generations.