Event Details

Sponsored by Monroe Arts Center and Monroe Woman's Club

Sunday, February 7, 2021 through Sunday, March 7, 2021

Monsignor Thomas F. Campion Youth Gallery






All students in grades K through 12 who are currently enrolled in public, private, parochial or home schooled in Green County are eligible to enter.

All entries will be divided into three age divisions: 

Each age division will be divided into three catagories of art:


All entries must be the original artwork of the student.



All participants must register. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.



When registering participants may request an "Art Start Kit." Each Art Start Kit will contain art supplies to get the student started on their artwork for the contest. Students who recieve an Art Start Kit are required to finish and enter their artwork into the Art Contest.

Art Start Kits are Free of Charge to Students. Students must register by February 16, 2021 in order to request an Art Start Kit. Art Start Kits will be available for touchless pick up at MAC beginning on February 23, 2021.

Fiber Art Kit will include; Yarn, Glue, Tag Board

Suggestions for other supplies that may be available to the students;

Beads, Fabric, Paper Plates, Plastic Cups, Pencil or Wooden Dowel


Sculpture Art Kit will inlcude; Model Magic White Modeling Clay, Popsicle Sticks, Toothpicks

Suggestions for other supplies that may be available to the students;

Cardboard, Paper You Can Roll, Paper Towel Roll, Paper Plates, Stackable Items


Drawing/Painting Art Kit will include; Two Pencils, Watercolor Paper, Paint Brush, Liquid Water Colors

Suggestions for other supplies that may be available to the students;

Other Types of Paint, Sharpie Markers, Colored Markers, Crayons


All submitted artwork will be judged by Devon Calvert.

     Mr. Calvert is an Elementary Education teacher in Milton, WI and President of the Wisconsin Art Education Association.

     Winning artwork will be exhibited in the Monsignor Thomas F. Campion Youth Gallery. 



Entry Forms and Identification lables can be downloaded HERE. 

Entry Forms must be submitted with Student artwork and must also include an "Artist Statement." 

An Artist's Statement is a written document that introduces you as an artist. It explains why and how you make your art, along with other facts about you and your art.

Artist's Statements typically contain: A few sentences on your personal relationship with art in general as well as why you  created what you did for your entry into the contest.

All entries MUST be labeled on the back of the artwork or botton of the artwork or safety pinned to fiber art. Labels can be downloaded with Entry Form.



All entries must be recieved at MAC by 5:00 PM on March 16, 2021.

Artwork can be dropped off at MAC; 

Please call 608-325-5700 before dropping off student art work. 



Contest winners will be announced on April 7, 2021 on MAC's Website and Social Media pages.

Cash awards and a ribbon for First Place, Second Place, and Third Place in each division of Art.