Paterson Department of Health and Human Services
              Online Flash Art Competition

Monday, April 16, 2018 to Thursday, May 31, 2018
Online Announcements in lieu of Reception


The Paterson Department of Health and Human Services Director Donna Nelson-Ivy presents Paterson DHHS Online Flash Art Competition.  This is a quick art competition exploring themes of Health and the Paterson Community.   This art competition is for students 18 years and younger in high school or elementary school.  The student's interpretation of health and community are open to the artist, with special considerations given to those focused on healthy eating (i.e. choosing water over sugary drinks or eating apples instead of fruit).  Artists working in all visual media will be considered for acceptance.  



This call is open to all student artist living in Paterson, NJ.  It is encouraged that Art Teachers, Guidance Counselor or at least an adult working in the Paterson Public Schools to register on behalf of a student.   There is no registration fee and a student can submit up to three pieces, entered as a high-resolution image file (High-End Smartphone image submission may be acceptable).

First Prize:
$100 gift certificate,
Winning art piece will be designed into a 11inx17in Poster to be put up in a variety of areas in Paterson.
Winning art piece will be designed for social media posts (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram).
Artist will be credited in all content created.

2nd Prize:
$50 gift certificate
Winning art piece will be designed into a 11inx17in Poster to be put up in a variety of areas in Paterson.
Winning art piece will be designed for social media posts (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram).
Artist will be credited in all content created.

3rd Prize:
$25 gift certificate
Winning art piece will be designed for social media posts (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram).
Artist will be credited in all content created.

Click on REGISTER at top right to begin. 

For questions, email orville.morales@publicgoodprojects.org

Submission Process Tutorial