VISUAL ARTS CONTEST
2020 Contest Information
Submit a poster, photo or video entry by March 31, 2020.
This is the 30th Annual DLC High School Art Contest. Since 1990, tens of thousands of high school students have participated in Donate Life Connecticut’s Annual Visual Arts Contest, and we are inviting you to showcase the creativity and talent of your students by encouraging their participation in this year’s program. There are a host of cool prizes for the winners:
1st Place: Apple AirPods with Apple Care Plus & $100 iTunes Gift Card
2nd Place: $150 Amazon.com Gift Card
3rd Place: $100 Amazon.com Gift Card
Tony Award: Cash Prize
Teacher Prize: New this year..... The teacher of the 1st Place Winner will be awarded a $100 Amazon.com gift card.
Why is it important to get this life-saving message to high school students?
The contest is intended to raise awareness about organ and tissue donation, and the importance of becoming a registered donor. Donation and transplantation can affect anyone. With most Connecticut students applying for their driver’s license or state ID at the age of 16, our goal—by encouraging students to create a poster, photography piece, or video message—is for students to be better informed about donation and the donor registry when asked if they want to be a registered organ and tissue donor at the DMV.
This year, awards will be presented for selected visual art winners on April 24, 2020, during a kickoff celebration of National Donate Life Month (April) at the Connecticut State Capitol. In addition to first, second, third place and video winners, a special Tony Award is also presented to one student in memory of a young man who passed away while waiting for a transplant.
Below, you’ll find information detailing the contest rules and requirements, examples of past winners, helpful hints for students and the application to be adhered to the back of each submission.
In collaboration with the Annual Visual Arts Contest, Donate Life Connecticut offers you the opportunity to invite organ and tissue transplantation professionals into the classroom for an in-house presentation designed for students, offering information on donation and the role that each individual can play in saving and improving the quality of life of others.
To schedule a presentation, please contact Alison Keating at
203-387-1549 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For questions about the contest, please email email@example.com
2019 Flyer - Feel free to print and post!
2018 Visual Arts Poster Contest Winner
2017 Visual Arts Poster Contest Winner
2016 Visual Arts Poster Contest Winner
2015 Visual Arts Poster Contest Winner