CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WDTV) – The First Cathy Lady Justice West Virginia announced Virginia contest Create a Fourth for West Virginia & # 39; in honor of President's Day next month, according to a press release.
This competition is the sixth installment of Our First Year Artist's Series, an initiative which promotes the importance of the arts in schools throughout West Virginia through hosting art competitions for students of various ages during special holidays. according to the release from Our Lady's First Office.
All 11th grade students attending public and private schools in the state are invited to participate in the competition, according to the office of the First Lady. Eligible students are encouraged to study the history of President's Day, and then recreate the back of the West Virginia State Quarter in an artistic manner.
The state quarter was released in 2005 as part of the United States Mint State Quarter 50 program. In the Bridge is the new Gorge River Bridge on the back and President George Washington's traditional bust of the danger.
Pupils can use painting, drawing and other art media to create the back of the West Virginia quarter, says the First Lady's office. Pupils can design their quadrilaterals digitally.
Pupils are encouraged to create a sufficiently large design to see data clearly. All designs must be original and must be suitable on standard paper 8.5×11 ".
Quarters design must include: t
-The state name ("West Virginia") and the year that West Virginia became a state, "1863"
– The presence in West Virginia is reflected in the artwork.
-The current year ("2020" and the Latin phrase, "E PLURIBUS UNUM")
A copy of the design must be scanned and emailed to [email protected] In addition to a scanned copy, pupils must include their name, school name, county, telephone number, teacher's name and teacher's email.
Design will take place until February 7. Gift cards will be awarded on winning designs.
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