Arlington Ecological Services Field Office announces its fifth annual endangered species art show

The Arlington Ecological Services Field Office is pleased to announce its fifth annual endangered species art show! The purpose of the exhibition is to raise awareness about the nation's threatened and endangered species and highlight the nexus between art and science. The exhibition is not a contest, and no awards are given. By submitting your artwork to the Endangered Species Art Exhibition, you agree to have a photo of your art published on the Arlington Ecological Services Field Office’s website (https://www.fws.gov/office/arlington-ecological-services), along with your first name and school. The show is open to all students K-12 and submissions should follow the guidelines below.

Subject matter

Artwork should celebrate an organism that lives or migrates through the United States and its waters. The main subject of the artwork should be an organism that is on the threatened and endangered species list, is a recovered species, or is a candidate species. Inspiration for subject matter can be found at https://www.fws.gov/library/collections/endangered-species.

Artwork
  • Artwork must be original.
  • No lettering, words, signatures, or other markings can be visible on submitted artwork.
  • Email a high-resolution image of your artwork to ARLES@fws.gov by Friday, July 15, 2022. Accepted file formats include jpg, jpeg, tiff, png, and pdf.
  • Include your name, school, and a brief description of your artwork.
     

Accepted submissions will be available for download from our office webpage by August 15, 2022. We look forward to seeing your amazing works of art!

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