Easterseals 2018 Seal Art Contest (International)

Deadline: July 7, 2017

This contest is for all ages! From the EasterSeals Contest Website: Objective: To secure beautiful original lily art work from which Easterseals can select six pieces that will become the 2018 Easterseals stamps. Background: Easterseals, founded in 1919, is a non-profit organization which provides programs and services to help children and adults with disabilities achieve […]

Life is Good T-Shirt Art Contest (US Only)

Deadline: May 1, 2017

Life is Good® Launches Second Annual T-Shirt Art Contest for Kids to Inspire Optimism Kids and teens are invited to hand draw what makes life good for a chance to win a college scholarship and have their design sold on Lifeisgood.com – all supporting kids in need. Positive lifestyle brand Life is Good® launches its second annual T-Shirt Art Contest for kids and teens today, sparking a meaningful exercise for kids about […]

Airtime Watertime Color and Design Contest (International)

Deadline: Postmarked by April 27

From Airtime Watertime: Hey Kids! We need your help! Airtime Watertime® has invented flotation wetsuits. Help us color and design a kid suit! Be creative! Use pencils, markers, crayons, fabric … whatever works …  and fill it in. And above all, have fun! ​ The contest winner will not only receive their very own flotation suit made in […]

Print Express Children’s Short Story Competition (UK Only)

Deadline: March 31, 2017

From the Print Express contest website: We’re really excited about getting kids interested in creative writing, and we love reading the imaginative stories they come up with. We can’t wait to read through the entries! We’ve got two age brackets for this competition: ages 5 – 9, and ages 10 – 13. The short story can […]

2018 MAP (Mangrove Art Project) Children’s Art Calendar (Tropical and Subtropical Nations)

Deadline: July 31, 2017

From the Mangrove Art Project website: These instructions are available in 9 languages. We invite all primary school children from tropical and sub-tropical nations, whose schools are located near mangroves to create art telling us “Why mangroves are important to my community and me”. Selected winners will be published in next year’s calendar which will […]

Science Without Borders Art Challenge (International)

Deadline: April 24, 2017

Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation has announced the 2017 Science Without Borders (SWB) Challenge, to once again, inspire student creativity while learning about important ocean conservation issues. The competition for 2017 is themed “Reef SuperSpecies”. Primary and secondary school students 11-19 years old from any part of the world are invited to participate, for […]

International Environmental Children’s Art Contest

Deadline: May 31, 2017

From the International Environmental Children’s Art Contest website: Beautiful Earth. The planet seen from outer space appears almost like a blue jewel. There are so much precious treasures on this Earth. Once lost, the treasures cannot be brought back. Please draw the image you have when you think of the beautiful Earth. Theme: We are […]

Advena World Children’s Art Competition 2017

Deadline: April 15, 2017

  From the Advena World contest website: 2017 International Children’s Art Competition ​Drawings. Paintings. Photos. Cartoons. Encouraging Young Artists.   The registration for the Children’s Art Competition can be found here. Advena World organizes the 2017 International Children’s Art Competition to provide exposure to talented kids and amazing young artists. We invite children of age 15 […]

Celebrating Art Spring 2017 Contest (US and Canada)

Deadline: April 6, 2017

The Celebrating Art Contest is for students in Grades K-12. Here are more details from the contest website:  Students can enter on their own, through their school, homeschool, or art studio. Students must be in grades K-12 and reside in the United States or Canada. Do not use all capital letters for the fields. Enter […]


DEADLINE: June 1, 2017

Art by Jason Wong For Grades 1-12. **Please note: This contest has an $8 entry fee. From the Ned Smith Center Youth Art Contest Website: 2017 Theme: Threatened and Endangered Species of the World Students from across the country participate in the annual youth art contest, designed to inspire the next generation of wildlife artists. Winning […]