Fifth Annual Pinecrest Gardens Environmental Art Contest:
Florida is...Endangered Species


The Pinecrest Gardens fifth annual environmental contest “Florida is…Endangered Species”  begins Monday, November 12th  (Eastern Time) and ends Thursday, January 17, 2019. The contest is in partnership with our Artist in Residence, Xavier Cortada, and is inspired by our garden-wide Florida is Nature Project.  Selected entries will be featured in the Hibiscus Gallery, and winners will receive prizes.

This is a visual arts contest that prompts students to create a piece of art inspired by the nature that surrounds us, reflecting endangered species. The contest is a visual arts challenge, open to students in grades 4-12 of Miami-Dade public and private schools. First place winner receives $1,000 for their school, and $400.00 for personal use. Additional cash prizes awarded to second, third, and people’s choice. All artist works will be featured in our Fine Arts Festival at Pinecrest Gardens.

Draw, Paint, Collage, Photograph, Inspire.

Contest dates: Monday, November 12 through January 17, 2019.

Art Reception and announcement of winners: Thursday, January 24, 2019.

Participation: Contest open for Miami-Dade County students (public and private) in grades 4 through 12.

Contest Rules and Regulations

Enter the Contest

Enter your work to the online gallery