The 2021 Art Contest begins April 1 and lasts the entire month!
Get your art supplies ready!
Students grades Kindergarten through Eighth Grade, homeschooled, and/or attending a Catholic school are eligible to participate. This year’s theme is:
Favorite Feast Day!
Submit a hand-drawn (no computer-generated artwork) picture of a feast day that carries a special meaning to you and your family. Consider using the feast days of:
- Baptism of the Lord
- Ash Wednesday
- The Annunciation
- Easter Sunday
- Mary’s Visitation
- Most Sacred Heart of Jesus
- Feast Day of the Holy Family
- All Saints and All Souls Day
Winners will receive prizes, and runners-up and honorable mentions will also receive prize packages! All award-winning art will be featured on the 2021-22 School Calendar!
Submitting artwork is simple. Use any technique you’d like (except computer) on a piece of 8-inch tall by 8-inch wide paper. You can send or hand-deliver art to our studios.
13326 A Street
Omaha, NE 68144
Attn: Art Contest
Entries are due by April 30.
Contest categories are K-3rd grade; 4th-6th grade; and 7th & 8th grade. We welcome art from children in Catholic/private schools, public schools, homeschool, and religious education programs.
Winners From 2020
Kindergarten-Third Grade Category – First row, left to right:
Grand Prize: Monica Haden, 1st grade, St. John the Apostle, Lincoln, Neb.
Runner-up: Preston Hutchinson, kindergarten, St. Anthony School, Columbus, Neb.
Honorable Mention: Christeena Dofeliz, 3rd grade, St. Mary School in Ord, Neb.
Fourth through Sixth Grade – Second row, left to right:
Grand Prize: Isabel Nunez, 5th grade, homeschool student, Omaha, Neb.
Runner-up: Mike Krienke, 6th grade, St. Anthony School, Columbus, Neb.
Honorable Mention: Emry Brandon, 4th grade, homeschool student, Bellevue, Neb.
Seventh and Eighth Grades – Third row, left to right:
Grand Prize: Isabella Faith Brooking, 8th grade, homeschool student, Omaha, Neb.
Runner-up: Rachel Fernandes, 8th grade, St. Stephen the Martyr School, Omaha, Neb.
Honorable Mention: Kaitey Schumacher, 7th grade, Pope John XXIII school in Elgin, Neb.
Winning designs are displayed in our School Art Calendar and distributed to Catholic K-8 Catholic students throughout the Nebraska surrounding areas. Calendars are limited but available while supplies last. Stop by one of our studio locations to pick one up.
Don’t forget to check your calendar number on the inside of the back page of your calendar and listen to Spirit Mornings on First Fridays to hear your winning number called!