Show off your work!
Open to youth in 4th grade & younger.
Submit your art to the LumaCon website to be in the Junior Artists' Gallery.
Fill out a form for EACH piece of artwork you want to submit (up to three pieces of art.)
You can scan or take a photo of your artwork.
Entries due by: January 23rd, 2021
You may turn in physical artwork to the Petaluma Regional Library as well if you like. Artwork turned in to the Library will not be returned and will added to the LumaCon Archives after being digitized. Please fill out this form to accompany physical submissions.
Need some ideas to get going? Check out this ArtPrompts Generator.
Hello LumaCon! Youth Artists past, present, and future.
As you've probably guessed, we will be all-online this year. We are working hard to bring a day of fun and creativity to the community.
Here's how you can participate!
We will be using FlipGrid to create a virtual youth artist alley this year. FlipGrid is one of the distance learning platforms approved by Petaluma City Schools. We recommend students under 13 and their parents also use this opportunity to have a conversation about using online tools.
To participate, you must be currentlybe in grades 5-12 in Sonoma County.
How to post your Artist Alley submission:
1. Create and post your video up to THREE minutes.
2. If you want to include a link to your art, or your own webpage, or even a digital comic, you can add it to you FlipGrid before submitting.
3. Deadline is January 23rd, 2021.