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Comstock announces 10th Congressional District Art Competition

Congresswoman Barbara Comstock on Wednesday announced the Congressional Art Competition for Virginia's 10th District, a contest open to all high school students in the Northern Virginia-based district.

The winner of the competition will have their piece of art displayed in the U.S. Capitol.

According to Comstock's office:
Students should drop-off their completed artwork on March 25 between 1 p.m. And 6 p.m. at Enterprise Hall on the campus of the George Washington Virginia Science and Technology Campus. All art submitted will be on display from April 3 - May 7 on the campus of VSTC. Art submitted must be ready to hang and entries are limited to two per student. On the evening of May 4, the first, second, third, honorable mention and Best In Show awards will be announced.

“I am looking forward to seeing what interesting and innovative art the students create,” Comstock said in a statement. “I want to wish all of the students good luck in what will be a great competition. A special thank you must go to the GW Virginia Science & Technology Campus for providing space so all of the students’ art can be displayed for the community.”

For information and guidelines about the 2015 Congressional Art Competition, visit https://comstock.house.gov/services/art-competition.

Competitors can also touch base with Lucy Norment in Comstock's office at 703-404-6903 or by email at Lucy.Norment@mail.house.gov


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