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selected Opportunities and resources in Art & Architecture This list features some excellent opportunities available to middle and high school students. Visit our website at for links to additional summer programs, competitions, and recommended websites. CoMPEtitions Columbia Scholastic Press Association middle and high school artists, designers, photographers, and others who have created works for student presses submit works for consideration. awards-student-work Congressional Art Competition Students in grades 7-12 submit original art in one of seven media. Selected works will be displayed in the Capitol for one year. content/educate/art_competition Future City Competition Students in grades 6-8 use SimCity software to design and build a future city on an annual theme (2013-14: tomorrow's transit: design a Way to move people in and Around your City). Regional winners travel to Washington, dC, for finals during National engineers Week. grand prize winners receive a trip to u.S. Space Camp in Huntsville, Al. Secondand third-place winners receive $5,000 and $2,000, respectively, for their schools' technology programs. (See page 8 for an article about this competition.) International Arts Olympiad Students ages 8-12 submit a painting or digital art piece on a theme (2013-2016: my Favorite Sport). Winning entries will be exhibited at the 2015 World Children's Festival in Washington, dC. whatwedo/artsolympiad.php 28 imagine International Graphic Arts Education Association Gutenberg Award Students in grade 7 through college submit works in categories that include print, website, and photography. Certificates and medals are awarded. Quill and Scroll International Writing and Photo Contest, and Blogging Competition High school students submit up to four entries in each of 15 categories. Winners receive a gold key and the opportunity to apply for college journalism scholarships. contests/writing-photo-contest Rachel Carson Sense of Wonder Contest intergenerational teams of two or more people submit entries in categories that include photo and mixed media, expressing their sense of wonder about the natural environment. Winning entries are posted on the u.S. epA website. Reflections Program local ptAs submit works by students in preschool through grade 12 that relate to an annual theme (2014-15: the world would be a better place if...) and fall into one of six areas, which include photography and visual arts. prizes include cash awards, trips, and medallions. River of Words Poetry and Art Contest Students ages 5-19 explore the history of their local watersheds and express what they discover in original art or poetry. Winners receive an all-expenses-paid trip to the grand Awards Ceremony in San Francisco, CA. The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards Students in grades 7-12 submit art in categories that include architecture, ceramics and glass, comic art, design, digital art, drawing, mixed media, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture. prizes include exhibitions of student work and cash awards of up to $10,000. The Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery Teen Portrait Competition Students ages 13-17 submit portraits in any medium. one winner from each of two age groups will receive $300 and have their work displayed at the National portrait gallery. in addition, their work, along with 10 honorable mentions, will be featured on the website. Technology Student Association High School Competition As individuals or part of a team, students submit entries in Architectural Renovation, Computer-Aided design (2d and 3d), photographic technology, and more. A middle school competition is also available for teams of up to six students in such areas as digital photography and promotional design. Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition Students age 18 and under submit photographs of animals or plants in categories that include action, environmental, landscape, and portrait. one student is named young Wildlife photographer of the year and receives 1,000 euros, a trophy, and a workshop with an experienced photographer. Additional prizes include cash, medals, and a trip to london for the awards ceremony. youngARTS Program this program recognizes qualifying students in grades 10-12 who excel in cinematic arts, photography, visual arts, and more. Finalists earn an all-expenses-paid trip to youngArts Week in miami, nominations to the White House Commission on presidential Scholars, consideration for scholarships, and cash awards of up to $10,000. www. suMMEr ProgrAMs Grades specified refer to students' 2013-2014 status. All programs are residential unless otherwise noted. Academy of Art University Summer Art Experience (CA and online) grades 9-11; 6 weeks; residential and commuter. Students take up to four courses from extensive offerings in art and architecture. www.academyart. edu/degrees/pre-college.html Auburn University Architecture Camp (AL) grades 10-11; 1 week. this intensive workshop features hands-on exercises, technical demonstrations, professional guest speakers, and an architectural design project. outreach/opce/summerexperience/ architecture.htm Ball State University DesignWorks Summer Studio (IN) grades 10-11; 2 weeks. in the College of Architecture and planning, students participate in studio classes, hands-on activities, and field trips to architecturally relevant sites. collegesanddepartments/ cap/summerworkshop may/Jun 2014 academics/collegesanddepartments/ academics/collegesanddepartments/ academics/collegesanddepartments/

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Imagine Magazine - Johns Hopkins - May/June 2014

Big Picture
In My Own Words
Imagine, Design, Build
A Schematic of the Possible
My Life as an Architect
Blueprint for the Future
DesertSol: A Model of Sustainability
Across Space and Time
The Art of Summer
Selected Opportunities & Resources
A Digital Canvas
Rising to the Technovation Challenge
Off the Shelf
Word Wise
Exploring Career Options
One Step Ahead
Planning Ahead for College
Students Review
Creative Minds Imagine
Mark Your Calendar
Knossos Games

Imagine Magazine - Johns Hopkins - May/June 2014