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Heroes Around Me
The National 2018/2019 PTA REFLECTIONS ART CONTEST has started!  
Do you like to draw or paint?  Do you enjoy writing poetry or essays?  Do you compose your own music or create dances?  Do you take photographs or make videos?  This is a National PTA Arts Recognition and Achievement Program.  There is no limit to the number of entries a student can submit.  Students will compete at the grade and category level.  Winners move onto the North Fulton level for judging and can advance up to State and National levels.  How does it work?  Only new pieces of artwork inspired by the theme "HEROES AROUND ME" may be submitted.  Entries will be judged on how well the student uses his or her artistic vision to portray the theme, originality and creativity for this year's theme.  Rules and forms are on the website, or you can pick up a packet in front of the main office. The deadline for for all submissions for Chattahoochee High School is Friday October 19th in the front office. 
PTA Reflections is a nationally acclaimed student recognition program to encourage artistic creativity in the classroom and at home. Students at Chattahoochee High School of all grades and abilities may participate and explore the arts
 The theme for the 2018-2019 school year is: 
Submit original works of art in one or more of the following categories:
• Dance Choreography 
• Literature
• Photography
• Film Production
• Musical Composition 
• Visual Arts 

Create an Original Work

Only new and original works inspired by the theme will be accepted.
Submit Your Entry (link to Rules/Form)
Chattahoochee High School PSTA deadline is Friday, October 19th in the main office. 
Your submission must include a completed and signed Student Entry Form.
In your artist statement, tell us about your work and what it means to you.
  • How does your work relate to the theme?
  • What is your personal connection to the theme?
  • What did you use to create your work (e.g. supplies, technology, instrumentation, props, etc.)? 
  • What/Who was your inspiration?

Judging Criteria

Volunteer arts and education experts review submissions without knowledge of the entrants’ identity.  Judges look for personal interpretations on the program theme that best exemplify creativity and technical skill. 
  • Interpretation: How closely the piece relates to the theme, based on the artwork itself and the artist statement.
  • Creativity: How creative and original the piece is in its conception of the theme and its presentation.
  • Technique: The level of skill demonstrated in the basic principles/techniques of the arts area.
Awards & Prizes
Every participant is recognized for their work.  
FINALIST SELECTION AND NOTIFICATION: Entries are reviewed at local, regional, state and national levels. Entries will be reviewed primarily on how well the student uses their artistic vision to portray the theme, their originality and creativity.