Year of the Apple Art Contest sponsored by Corteva Agriscience
The Washington Apple Education Foundation Year of the Apple Art Contest was created to recognize and award the artistic talents of high school aged students living in the primary tree fruit producing regions of Washington state.
Annually, three students are awarded in the contest annually. One grand prize winner receives a $1,000 check and has his/her artwork reproduced on a large format poster calendar distributed by Corteva into offices throughout central Washington. Two honorable mention recipients each receive a $500 check. Additionally, a $100 gift card is provided to each of the students’ high school art departments.
The deadline to participate in 2022 is May 1st.
Kamiakin High School Sophomore Wins 2021 Year of the Apple Art Contest
Kamiakin High School sophomore Margot Massey is the Grand Prize winner in the 26th Annual Washington Apple Education Foundation Year of the Apple Art Contest sponsored by Corteva Agriscience. Margot received a check in the amount of $1,000 for her efforts and will see her artwork published on the 2022 Corteva Agriscience calendar poster.
Honorable Mention awardees are juniors Kirstin Johnson from Kittitas Secondary School, Karina Martinez, Royal High School, and sophomore Amelia Dufault from A.C. Davis High School in Yakima.