The sixth annual Congressional Art Competition for High School Students is accepting digital art submissions until May 31.
All submissions will be accepted digitally through Congressman Lee Zeldin’s website.
The top three pieces will be announced on June 2nd on Zeldin’s Facebook page. The three winners will have their artwork display in the U.S. Capitol for a full year.
The first place winner may also receive a $3,000 scholarship if they plan to attend the Savannah College of Art and Design or Tennessee Wesleyan College.
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