Youth Art Month Flag Design WINNERS

Congratulations to all our 2021 Winners!

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Congratulations to our 2021 Youth Art Month Flag Design Contest Winners!


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Overall Winner

Reese Yarbrough

Alabama Connections Academy – 12th Grade

Teacher: Jennifer Moore 

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High School Winner

Madison Smith

Clay-Chalkville High School – 12th grade

Teacher: Ashley Culwell

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Middle School Winner

Emery Edge

Hewitt Trussville Middle School – 6th grade

Teacher: Kristin Bloodworth

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Elementary School Winner

Selah Parsons

Athens Intermediate School – 4th grade

Teacher: Ashley Sams

Thank you to all of the teachers that participated this year!


 Council for Art Education (CFAE) administers Youth Art Month at the national level. Festivities take place annually, traditionally culminating each March, to celebrate visual arts for grades K – 12. The Youth Art Month Program emphasizes the value of art education for all children, encourages support for quality school art programs, and promotes art material safety. Youth Art Month also provides a forum for recognizing skills developed through visual arts experiences that are not possible in other curriculum subjects. Started in 1961 through The Art & Creative Materials Institute, Inc. (ACMI) and in cooperation with the National Art Education Association (NAEA), Youth Art Month exists to:

1. Recognize art education as a viable factor in the total education curricula that develops citizens of a global society.

2. Recognize art is a necessity for the full development of better quality of life for all.

3. Direct attention to the value of art education for divergent and critical thinking.

4. Expand art programs in schools and stimulate new art programs.

5. Encourage commitment to the arts by students, community organizations, and individuals everywhere.

6. Provide additional opportunities for individuals of all ages to participate in creative art learning.

7. Increase community, business and governmental support for art education.

8. Increase community understanding and interest in art and art education through involvement in art exhibits, workshops, and other creative ventures.

9. Reflect and demonstrate the goals of the National Art Education Association that work toward the improvement of art education at all levels.

Council for Art Education is the national sponsor of Youth Art Month.