Saturday, March 20, 2021

You are INVITED to the 2021Virtual Kansas Youth Art Month Celebration!

Saturday, March 27th

This year's Youth Art Month celebration will be hosted live on Zoom!
Looping Powerpoint of Student Artwork begins at 12:30 pm
Celebration begins at 1:00

If you did not receive the Zoom link in your email please contact


12:30 pm
Looping PowerPoint presentation of all 
Youth Art Month Exhibit Submissions, 
all Youth Art Month Flag Design Competition entries 
and all Harry Hart Memorial Senior Scholarship Entries
        2021 Virtual YAM Celebration Begins
(will begin after the loop is complete)
Zoom Etiquette--Vincent YAM Gogh
Drawing of Vincent Yam Gogh, KAEA mascot

Welcome and Introduction --Elizabeth Madden, KAEA President
Keynote Speaker--Miss Kansas--Annika Wooton
                Keynote Address
                Painting Demonstration
                Question and Answer Session
Photo of Annika Wooton, Miss Kansas
Harry Hart Memorial Senior Scholarship Recipient 
Presentation--Tranda Strnad, KAEA Secondary Representative
Youth Art Month FLAG Design Competition Winners Presentation--Johnna Smith, KAEA YAM Flag Coordinator
BLICK YAM Art Competition Winners Presentation--Megan Wendleton, KAEA YAM Committee Member
Thank You 
and explanation of “Creation Station” 
Activities--Katie Morris, KAEA Webmaster
“Creation Station” Activities:
        Elementary Level Activity--Aneka Voth & LaDonna Voth

Join us in a directed drawing to celebrate Youth Art Month! KAEA 
has a very special friend, Vincent Yam Gogh. If you were 
Vincent Yam Gogh, what would you be doing? Where would you be? 
Together we will explore these ideas and create a special 
"Fake Believe" scene. For this activity, you will need paper, 
drawing supplies, and your wonderful imagination!
This activity will be a combination of recorded and live presentations.
        Middle Level Activity--Alyssa Passmore
Single line drawings inspired by Kansas artist, 
Elizabeth “Grandma” Layton. We will complete blind contour 
drawings and then do some single line drawing challenges!
You will need a drawing utensil (pencil, pen, marker) and some paper. 

This activity will be a pre-recorded presentation.
        Secondary/High School Activity--Lynn Felts
Participants will choose a single object to illustrate in the medium of their choice. The host will demonstrate and the participants will work on their own. Participants can ask questions and show their work for advice.

This activity will be a live presentation.

Thank you for your participation in the Youth Art Month Activities and the celebration of our very talented young Kansas artists!
Questions? Linda Nelson-Bova

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