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Winter Festival Student Artwork Form

Deadline: Friday, Oct. 21, 2022

Local art teachers are eligible to submit the artwork of up to two (2) individual students in grades K-12. Artwork created collaboratively by groups of students is not eligible for this exhibition.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this exhibit will be presented both in-person at the City Hall Art Gallery and in COCA’s online, digital gallery.

To refer back to the Winter Festival exhibition prospectus, click here.

Through a partnership grant with the Florida Division of Arts and Culture and the National Endowment for the Arts, COCA will be able to provide a stipend to each participating art teacher. Stipends are expected to be between $100 – $200, depending on how many teachers participate.

Art Instructor's Name:*
School Address*

Student Artwork Section

Teachers must submit digital JPEG files through this electronic application. Digital image files should not be larger than 2MB. When completing this application, you will be asked to fill out information about each of the artworks you intend to submit. You will then be able to upload your digital image files.

Name your digital files with your student's last name followed by the title of the artwork. For example, if your student's last name is Smith and the title of the artwork is "Sunset," you would name your digital image file SmithSunset.jpg or Smith_Sunset.jpg.

The images that you upload here will be the actual images that are included in the online gallery. Please make sure these images are clear and of high quality.

Student #1 Name:*
Student #1's Artwork is:
This is the actual image that will be included in the online gallery. Please make sure this image is clear and of high quality.
Max. file size: 2 MB.
Student #2 Name:*
Student #2's Artwork is:
This is the actual image that will be included in the online gallery. Please make sure this image is clear and of high quality.
Max. file size: 2 MB.

Please consider becoming a COCA member!

COCA exists to serve and support the community by promoting and advocating for arts and culture in Florida’s capital region. Memberships are a big part of what allows us to do that.

If you’ve found COCA to be valuable to you and you’re in a position to do so, won’t you consider becoming a member? Support for COCA is support for the entire community and memberships help us sustain our programming.

See details about becoming a COCA member. Check COCA's current membership roster.

Questions? Contact COCA's Sahara Lyon at sahara@tallahasseearts.org.