2017 Cover Art Contest
2016 ARS Cover Art Contest Winner Chosen; 2017 Contest Now Open for Submissions!
The sixth annual American Recorder Magazine Cover Art Contest is over and the winner has been chosen! Congratulations to Dana Corbo, a 13-year-old seventh grader from Scottsdale Preparatory Academy in Scottsdale, AZ. The judges were enchanted by Dana's take on "American Gothic"* with the pitchfork replaced by a recorder. Dana's artwork will appear on the cover of American Recorder Society's September 2016 issue of American Recorder magazine. We would like to thank Travis Clement, Dana's teacher, for taking the time to send in the entries, and to all teachers and students who entered the contest!
The runners-up were:
Emily Stabilito, age 14, grade 8, Scottsdale Preparatory Academy, Scottsdale, AZ
Want to participate?
Parker Tieman, age 11, grade 6, Santa Fe Elementary, Waverly MO
Emma Dierker age 12, grade 6, Santa Fe Elementary, Waverly MO
Sophie Armstrong, age 14, grade 8, Scottsdale Preparatory Academy, Scottsdale, AZ
The contest is open to students in Grades 3-8 and the artist must show the recorder (the musical instrument) in some way. See "Rules" below.
The contest entries must be postmarked by January 20, 2017.
Entry ID Tags
| Emily Stabilito
|| Parker Tieman
|| Emma Dierker
|| Sophie Armstrong
for all the 2014 winners and a link to all entries.
for all the 2013 winners and a link to all entries.
*Derived from American Gothic, 1930 by Grant Wood. All rights reserved Wood Graham Beneficiaries/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY