Kids home today? Here’s Denverite’s Instant Art Contest For Kids
We asked kids if they’d make some artwork of Denver places today. They did!
UPDATE, 2:50 p.m. Friday: This morning, we asked kids if they wanted to make art of some Denver places. And they did! Kids rule!
Thank you so much for sharing your artwork! It brought smiles to the newsroom and we hope you had fun making it.
Here are a few entries we’d like to share with our readers:
This note that came with the picture below delighted us: “Here is a picture that Summer, age 6, drew of Trevista Elementary in the Sunnyside neighborhood. We love our school! She also drew about 10 pictures of cats, not included. Thanks for the fun idea.”
And we said we’d pick a few to send stickers to — it was difficult to choose! Here are our sticker winners!
We got two different takes on Blucie.
HUGE thank you to all of the kids who sent in art today, you really made our day.
Our initial call for entries continues below.
A lot of kids in Denver are out of school today. If you know kids who are without plans for the day, we figured they (and you) might be interested in The Denverite Instant Art Contest For Kids!
Submit your entry by 2:30 p.m. Friday by emailing it to firstname.lastname@example.org with the artist’s first name, age, neighborhood and a picture of their creation. This is open to school-age children.
Pick one of these Denver landmarks (or another one!) and draw it, paint it, make it with Play-Doh — you choose! There are a lot of options here, depending on what art materials and ideas are currently inside your home and brain.
Our judges will select 5 winners Friday and we will send Denverite stickers to winners next week.
NOTE: Our judges, some of whom are parents, STRONGLY SUGGEST that children spend at least ONE HOUR on their artwork today. For art reasons.