2014 Youth Summit Art Contest
The Attorney General’s Office hosts a Youth Summit each year to prompt students and educators to address various issues facing the state’s children.
The 2014 Arkansas Youth Summit will be for students in Grades 9-12 and will be held on April 3rd at the Gina Cox Center in Lonoke from 1-2:30 p.m. This year’s Summit partner is the Wade Knox Children’s Advocacy Center.
This year’s Summit theme is “Take a Stand Against Bullying” and will feature a presentation from Rachel’s Challenge.
Art Scholarship Contest
Students, grades 9-12, may submit artwork capturing the theme “Take a Stand Against Bullying.”
The deadline to submit artwork is March 11, 2014.
Finalists will be selected from each Congressional district. The overall winner will be chosen by peers based on number of “likes” on the Office of the Attorney General Facebook page.
Facebook voting will be between 8 a.m., March 18th and 5 p.m., March 20th.
The winner will receive a $500 scholarship from the Thea Foundation.
Finalist artwork will be displayed at the 2014 Arkansas Youth Summit and winners will be recognized by Attorney General Dustin McDaniel.
Click here for complete rules and instructions for entry.
Only low resolution .jpegs or PDFs will be accepted. Email entries to contest@ArkansasAG.gov.
For more information, call the Attorney General’s Community Relations Division at (800) 448-3014 or (501) 682-1020:
Office of Attorney General Dustin McDaniel
ATTN: Community Relations Division
323 Center Street, Suite 200
Little Rock, AR 72201
Criminal Justice Institute, University of Arkansas System
Lonoke Chamber of Commerce
Lonoke Public School District
The Wade Knox Children's Advocacy Center