Every Student Deserves Arts Education
Thank you for joining us for the 10th annual student art showcase of the Amador County Arts Council standard-aligned arts education program. We provide this program equitably to 100% of Amador public elementary schools, grades K to 6, including special education.
Amador County Arts Council has produced the Student Arts Showcase since 2012. Taking place at the Amador County Unified School District office, this month-long exhibit celebrates visual art pieces by local students in grades K through sixth. Held each spring, the Student Arts Showcase features student creations from Amador County Arts Council classes taught by Bruce Peccianti, Susan Ross, Elizabeth Grandsaert, Linda Toren, Meghan Joy O’Keefe, and additional Teaching Artists. This exhibit is your opportunity to view youth artwork created in the public school system and provided by Amador County Arts Council with support from the California Arts Council and Amador County Unified School District.
Student Exhibit Opportunities
CISC Symposium Call for Student Art
The California County Superintendents Arts Initiative is seeking arts education products to share at the upcoming 2024 CISC Leadership Symposium. The 2024 symposium will be held in Monterey, CA, February 21-23, 2024. The symposium theme is Students Rising: Safe, Engaged, Supported. It has always been a space for educators throughout California to connect, collaborate, and learn. We strongly believe that student arts serve as an inspiration and connection for the educational leaders who will be attending the symposium! The submission due date is December 1, 2023.
U.S. Department of Education Nationwide Call for Student Performing Artists
Seeking student performances such as, but not limited to, bands/marching bands, color guards, soloists, choirs, dancers, poets/spoken word artists, National Anthem singers, and theatrical performers.
World of 8 Billion Student Video Contest
Students create a short video that explains how population growth impacts one of the following global topics and offer an idea for a sustainable solution. The topics are: Climate Migration, Health, and Invasive Species.
Who Can Participate: Grades 6-12
When: Videos are accepted on a rolling basis through March 5, 2024
FBI Teen Academy
The FBI Sacramento Field Office is now accepting applications for the Fall Teen Academy to be held on Friday, November 17, 2023, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Participants must be California high school students who are juniors or seniors during the 2023-2024 school year. This is a one-day event to be held at the Sacramento FBI Field Office in Roseville, CA. Applications must be received by 5:00 p.m., Friday, October 6, 2023