Fourth Annual Betsy Price High School Art Competition 2018
Fort Works Art has been proud to present the Annual Betsy Price High School Art Competition four consecutive years with the amazing support of the community and Mayor Betsy Price. Every year we have close to 600 North Texas high school students apply for the exhibition, with a juror selecting just 40 exemplary works to be included in the two week show. This year's exhibition was juried by Dr. Andrew J. Walker, Executive Director of The Amon Carter Museum of American Art.
The top selected students were featured in a 2-week art exhibition juried by Andrew Walker, Executive Director of The Amon Carter Museum of American Art, at Fort Works Art Gallery from May 9 – May 26, 2018. Mayor Betsy Price presents three final awards at the reception on May 12th. The top Final Grand Prize Winner’s work will be featured in City Hall at the Mayor's office for the duration of one year. Fort Works Art awarded a $500 first prize, a $300 second prize and a $100 third prize for best 2-D or 3-D artwork to a 9-12th grade student in the selected area.
Thank you to all of the students that submitted their work, we were blown away by over 500 incredible entries, and would like to congratulate all of the artists for their hard work and enthusiasm.