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Reflections Arts Program

Congdon Elementary Reflections Program
"What Is Your Story"

Congratulations to all student artists that submitted artwork to the PTA Reflections program this year!
We will be displaying all artwork from the Congdon PTA Reflections Program in conjunction with family fun night in the spring. 

A special thanks to this year's judges for volunteering their time to review all these wonderful pieces:

-Aaron Kloss
Artist, illustrator and owner of Lakeside Gallery
http://www.lakesidegalleryduluth.com/contact.html

-Rosemary Guttormsson
Artist and former owner of Just For the Season Gallery
http://lakesuperiorwatercolor.com/user/rguttormsson

-Marlene Wisuri
Artist, photographer, author, publisher, curator and chair of the Sami Cultural Society of North America

Results from the Congdon Park Elementary judging are as follows:

Grades K-2:
Photography:
Juri Lubovich - 1st
Yupeng Chen - 2nd

Visual:
Juri Lubovich - 1st
Stina Breckenridge - 2nd

Grades 3-5:
Photography:
Annika Saur - 1st
Abigail Froehle - 2nd

Literature:
Edie Robinson- 1st
Abigail Froehle - 2nd

Visual:
Annika Saur - 1st
Tayte Borstad - 2nd

First place artwork has now moved on to the state level PTA Reflections Program!

Thank you to all who shared their talents and we look forward to this year's spring exhibition!




































































































































































PTA Reflections is a nationally acclaimed student recognition program to encourage artistic creativity in the classroom and at home.  Last year, Congdon Park Elementary had students place in state with two students advancing to the national level in Washington DC.
We hope to have even more participation in the PTA Reflections Program this year!

Since 1969, The National PTA Reflections program has encouraged millions of students across the nation to explore their artistic talents.  The program is designed to promote cultural arts in our schools, encouraging students to reflect on a specific theme and create works of art in any or all of 6 categories: visual arts, photography, literature, music, dance, film, and including special artist category.

In 2012, the Special Artist Division emerged as an optional division for students whose physical, cognitive, or mental health challenges meet ADA guidelines.

The theme for PTA’s 2016–17 Reflections Program is "What Is Your Story?"

Please click on any of the links below to find forms, guidelines and rules regarding each artistic medium.

PROGRAM CONSENT FORM

STUDENT ENTRY FORM

DANCE

FILM

LITERATURE

MUSIC

PHOTOGRAPHY

VISUAL ARTS

FOR THE SPECIAL NEEDS ARTIST


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