Monday, November 7, 2022

YAM Flag: Your Art, Your Voice

text against a purple and blue gradient background says Youth Art Month Flag Contest Theme: Your Art, Your Voice. Entries due December 1st. Quetsions? 


Attention Kansas Visual Art teachers!

The deadline for entering the

Youth Art Month Flag Design Contest is

December 1st, 2022

Entries must be submitted digitally

(jpeg or vector)

This year's theme is, "Your Art, Your Voice"  

Students are encouraged to create a flag that combines Kansas and visual art themes.

Prizes will be awarded in three grade categories:

K-5, 6-8, and 9-12.

Entries will be part of a digital exhibit for

Youth Art Month in March.

The grand prize winning design will be made into a flag and will be recognized at the San Antonio 2023 NAEA Convention!

We look forward to seeing your students' flag creations! 

Information and Guidelines:

•Deadline for Entries is December 1st

•Email Entries to:

•Subject Line: YAM Flag Entries

Important Notes:

•Please make sure all entries are photographed or scanned properly.

•Please make sure lighting is appropriate and crop if necessary.

•Please change the file name to the first and last name of the student.

•Maximum 25 entries per teacher.

All guidelines and information for submissions can be found at:


Shannon Monson

Youth Art Month Flag Chairperson

The Youth Art Month Flag Design Competition is a KAEA member benefit and you must be a current member to enter your students designs. If you have questions about your membership status--check with Linda Nelson-Bova at

Not a member? We would love to have you join us to take advantage of all of the member benefits coming up!

REMEMBER--you do NOT have to be a member to enter your student art work into the Youth Art Month Exhibit in Topeka during Youth Art Month!! But, you do have to be a member to enter your student's piece into the BLICK YAM Art Competition.

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