Celebrate Your Creativity!
Participate in PTA's Reflections Program
"Heroes Around Me”
The Reflections Program is structured for PTAs to recognize students at the local, council, district, state, and national levels. Entries are first judged at the local level, where selected works, are chosen to represent the PTA at each subsequent level-council, district, or state-depending on each state PTA’s structure. Once entries reach the state level, the state PTA may select entries to submit to the National PTA. Awards of Excellence and Awards of Merit are recognized at the annual National PTA Convention and are displayed as a part of the program’s traveling exhibit.
Professionals working individuals in the literature, musical composition, photography, and visual arts fields volunteer to judge student entries at the district level. Awards of Excellence, Merit, and Distinction are selected in each grade division for each of the six arts areas. Awards will be given at an awards reception that will take place at the opening of a show of the works that make it to the Fourth district level, for public viewing, sometime in January.
If you would like to know more about the Reflections Program visit www.fourthdistrictpta.org/reflections/
Click here to view an introductory video.
PTA Reflections Art Contest
To get involved, students submit an original piece, inspired by the annual theme, for their school’s Reflections Program in any of following arts areas: Dance Choreography, Film Production, Literature, Music Composition, Photography and Visual Arts. The 2018-2019 theme is: "Heroes Around Me”
Showcase your talent. Use your imagination to translate "Heroes Around Me" into an amazing piece of art. Remember there are no mistakes in art, only masterpieces!
Theme: "Heroes Around Me"
Categories: (official rules will be linked soon but some details are included in the Student Entry Form, please read so you know what format and size your project should be)
Deadline: Friday, October 12th by 2:00 pm
Reflections is a National PTA program and all students submitting projects MUST follow the General Participation rules for work to be accepted. Please review the abridged guidelines for details.