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International Student Art Contest

To see the winners of the 2014 Space Foundation International Student Art Contest, click here. 

To see a photo gallery of the winning artwork, click here.


 

2015 Space Foundation International Student Art Contest

The theme for the 2015 Space Foundation International Student Art Contest is "The View From My Spaceship" and will be open for submissions beginning Aug. 1, 2014. Watch here for more details as the contest approaches. Also, follow us on Facebook to get updates about the contest and everything the Space Foundation is doing.


 

Each year, the Space Foundation invites students to enter our International Student Art Contest. Each year has a different theme and challenges students from around the world to interpret that theme into an original work of visual art.

The Space Foundation give awards to 25 Winners: 1st place, 2nd place and 3rd place for each of eight age categories will receive a certificate, ribbon, personalized astronaut autograph and a prize. In addition, the Space Foundation confers one Space Foundation Achievement Award, which is selected by the Space Foundation graphic arts team.

The Space Foundation partners with artsonia.com to receive all artwork entries. Free for kids, parents and teachers to use, Artsonia is an online art museum featuring student original artwork. It is the largest online art museum of its kind in the world and is a free, educational program for schools, teachers and parents.


Questions?

For general contest questions, contact the Space Foundation at [email protected].

Read about and see all the winning artwork from the 2014 Space Foundation International Student Art Contest.

Read about and see all the winning artwork from the 2013 Space Foundation International Student Art Contest.

Read about and see all the winning artwork from the 2012 Space Foundation Student Art Contest.

Read about and see all the winning artwork from the 2011 Space Foundation Student Art Contest.

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