Louisiana’s 9th Environmental Awareness Student Art & Language Art Contest DEADLINE JUST A WEEK AWAY!

The Louisiana Environmental Education Commission and
the Louisiana Department of Wildlife & Fisheries
along with contest sponsor,

Alcoa Foundation

announce

Louisiana’s Ninth Environmental Awareness

STUDENT ART & LANGUAGE ARTS CONTEST

Theme for 2011: Louisiana Outdoors: A Beautiful Experience!

Please use this theme to encourage children to be aware of and enjoy the outdoors, leading them to become better stewards in the future.

ALL ENTRIES MUST BE POSTMARKED BY APRIL 21, 2011.
An official entry form and release MUST accompany each entry and MUST be signed by the contestant and parent or guardian. The reproducible registration form, including full contest guidelines, is attached or can be downloaded from our website: http://www.wlf.louisiana.gov/environmental-awareness-art-language-arts-contest. Entries that do not comply with contest rules will be disqualified.

Categories for both art and language arts contests:
Group 1 – Ages 5-7
Group 2 – Ages 8-10
Group 3 – Ages 11-13
Group 4 – Ages 14-18
Louisiana students may enter their original work in the art and/or the language arts area of the contest.

Prizes awarded to contest winners:
1st place in each category – $200
2nd place in each category – $100
3rd place in each category – $75

Winning art and language arts entries will be published in our 2012 calendar!
All winners will be honored at a reception to be held at the Governor’s Mansion.

For more information contact Juliet Raffray at jraffray@wlf.la.gov.