From September 15 – October 15, we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. You can learn more about it here.
We’re not done celebrating just yet! In fact, Primavera has a Phoenix Art Museum Membership pass to give away to one Primavera student. What you have to do? Send us some Hispanic Heritage-themed artwork.
What Kind of Artwork Should I Send?
We want to see your artwork relating to Hispanic Heritage. Maybe it’s a painting of an ancestor, a digital drawing of famous Hispanic historic figures, a poster with some facts, a video of you explaining what Hispanic Heritage means to you, or anything else you can think of!
How Do I Submit?
You can draw/paint/etc and take a photo of your artwork, or submit a digital drawing/videos to [email protected] by Wednesday, October 6 at 5 p.m. If the file is too large, you can upload to Google Drive, iCloud, DropBox or YouTube and send a link to the same email.
We will email the winner the following day (Thursday, October 6). Whether you win or not, your artwork will be showcased on the blog here! We hope to see lots of artwork to truly celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month.
Best of luck! If you have any questions, feel free to email [email protected].
A few quick facts on Hispanic Heritage Month:
- Hispanic Heritage Month starts September 15 because it is the start Independence Day celebrations for many Hispanic countries.
- It began in 1968 as Hispanic Heritage Week. President Ronald Reagan signed a bill extending it to a full 30-day period.
- The purpose of Hispanic Heritage Month is to recognize the many contributions of Hispanic and Latino Americans in the United States.
- It also includes celebrating the long history of Hispanic and Latino influence, starting all the way back to the discovery of America in 1492.
To learn more about Hispanic Heritage Month, check out this blog.
We’re excited to see what you send! Remember, this contest is for current Primavera students only.