Youth Art Award seeks submissions from high school artists

  • Saturday, March 7, 2020 11:30am
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Junior and senior students on Bainbridge are eligible for cash awards from the Bainbridge Island Studio Tour.

Now in its seventh year, the Youth Art Award is funded by voluntary donations from the 2019 studio tour artists. For outstanding work in visual arts, a grand prize of $400 and two $100 honorable mention cash prizes will be awarded.

This award is open to all Bainbridge Island students and residents who are a junior or senior (attending Bainbridge High or Eagle Harbor High) as of March 2020.

The deadline is March 31. Applications can be found online at the studio tour website at Students will need to supply an artist’s statement and five photos of their work electronically.

Winners will be announced on May 14, at the Bainbridge High School Spring Art Festival awards ceremony.

For more information, contact studio tour manager Dinah Satterwhite at 206-842-0504, or email

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