Write a poem about your favorite piece of art . It could be a painting, a photograph, a sculpture, or even a dance or a movie!
Keep your eye out around town for inspiration, including projects made by local Concrete Couch.
Your poem should include not only some description of the art itself, but your thoughts about what you feel the art might mean or why it matters to you. Title your poem with the same title as the art you choose.
Open to all fourth and fifth graders in the Pikes Peak region. Meets Colorado Model Content Standards 1, 2, and 4 for Reading and Writing.
Six winners of $50 each. Winners will also receive a book and a Kennedy Center Imagination Celebration poster
Entries may be mailed to:
The Jean Ciavonne Poetry Contest
c/o Nancy Maday
Pikes Peak Library District
PO Box 1579
Colorado Springs, CO 80901
Or, email entries to Nancy Maday at firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions? Call (719) 531-6333, x2405.
Awards announced in mid-April as part of Young People’s Poetry Week.
1. One entry per student. Teachers are urged to review poems and submit no more than five per class.
2. Each poems must be the original work of the student.
3. Poems will be judged on originality, including poem title and adherence to the theme.
4. Submit two typed, double-spaced copies of each poem on 8.5” x 11” paper. No handwritten copies or illustrations accepted. Please include on a separate piece of paper: name, phone number, home address, school name and address, and teacher and principal’s name. Poems will not be returned. Please keep a copy.
5. Entries must be postmarked by Fri., March 9, 2018.