Fort Worth: High school artists encouraged to sign up for prestigious competition
Calling all Fort Worth high school students: the fifth annual Betsy Price Art Competition is now accepting entries.
Selected students will be showcased in a group exhibition May 1-18 at Fort Works Art. The grand prize entry will hang outside the mayor’s office at City Hall for a year.
Every year, close to 600 North Texas high school students apply for the exhibition, with a juror selecting 40 exemplary works to be included in the show. Last year’s exhibition was juried by Andrew J. Walker, executive director of the Amon Carter Museum of American Art.