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Teens invited to participate in art and writing competition

The Red River Valley Writing Project at North Dakota State University has more than $2,500 in cash prices available for teenagers this year in the nation's most prestigious art and writing competition.

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FARGO — The Red River Valley Writing Project at North Dakota State University has more than $2,500 in cash prices available for teenagers this year in the nation's most prestigious art and writing competition.

Contestants from across the country are invited to submit original artwork and writing, and include teen artist and writers in grades 7-12 who win Gold Key, Silver Key and honorable mention awards during the annual Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.

The fee is $10 per submission, but fee waiver forms are available upon request. Details on how to enter can be found at: https://www.artandwriting.org/awards/how-to-enter/.

Deadline to submit is Dec. 14.

An exhibit of award-winning works is set to be featured at the Plains Art Museum's Starion Gallery beginning in February. The North Dakota state ceremony is scheduled for March 4 at Plains Art Museum, where Gold Key, Silver Key and Honorable Mention recipients will be announced.

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All Gold Key recipients are forwarded on to the national level, where winners will be recognized at Carnegie Hall in New York City.

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