Community Art Contest: Mayor of Johns Creek appeals to students


JOHNS CREEK, GA – Mayor John Bradberry and the Town of Johns Creek invite students to submit their nature-themed artwork.

All elementary, middle and high school students in the city are invited to participate in the show “Nature at Johns Creek,” according to a news release. A variety of submissions will be featured on social media and the City’s website. A handful of finalists will be selected by City of Johns Creek staff, and the winning selections (one from each elementary, middle, and high school student) will be selected by Mayor Bradberry and posted at Johns City Hall. Creek. The deadline is April 11.

Entrants can submit 2D works of art which can be paintings, drawings, multimedia or digital illustrations.

“The purpose of this art is to identify and show us what you find inspiring about the nature of Johns Creek,” the statement said. “Inspiration can come from the walking paths in Newtown Park, a fish in a stream at the Autrey Mill Nature Center, your school playground or your own backyard. Use these ideas and create your masterpiece!

Students must 1) be inspired and create their favorite nature-themed masterpiece 2) digitize their file by taking a photo (horizontal) or scanning it and 3) submit their work via the city ​​at: All drawings are due Monday, April 11.


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