YAM 2019 Online Registration for Statehouse Exhibition
Eligibility: Open to all students of AEAI members in grades K-12

Membership: Participating art educators must be members of AEAI to participate. Join or renew on-line at AEAI.org

Submissions: Please limit submissions to five (5) works per school, per teacher. Works must be two-dimensional and the mat or mounting size should not exceed 3".

Registration: Teachers MUST register each piece of artwork that will be submitted to the show by February 15, 2019

Presentation: Matte or mount work on lightweight matte or bristol board. Do not use colored paper, foam core, canvas stretchers, or frames. Matte cannot exceed 3"

Labels for artwork: The official YAM label is required on each piece of artwork. Artwork without the official label will not be displayed. Please attach the student portion of the label (printed on white paper) to front lower right corner of each mat and the other label securely attached to the back. Don’t cover the artwork with the label.

Deadline and Package Contents: Before FRIDAY February 15, 2019, send labeled artwork to:
ATTN. Carrie Billman
Lantern Road E. S.
10595 Lantern Road
Fishers, IN

Shipping: Ship in a strong, clean, reusable box in which art work is secure and can easily be removed for review and return. Print School District/City name on the bottom left corner of the carton and the number of art works included in the box. Include in the box a return address label typed, and RETURN POSTAGE.

Return postage must be enclosed in a secure envelope along with a typed list of student artwork.

If you have any further questions please send them to cbillman@hse.k12.in.us

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