Save The Bay places the utmost importance on the health and safety of our partners, supporters and fellow community members. As we continue to follow state recommendations and guidelines for social gatherings, we will not be holding our Earth Day Birthday Party in 2021. We look forward to seeing you at next year’s event!
Our Earth Day Birthday Party may be on hold, but the “Old School Art Contest” is on!
We are pleased to announce that we will once again hold our online “Old School Art Contest” this spring!
Working with the theme “My Place on the Bay,” the contest invites young artists in grades K-12 to take a break from their screens, pick up some colored pencils or markers, and create their own artistic interpretation of Narragansett Bay!
Winners will receive a copy of their artwork printed on canvas, a Save The Bay t-shirt, a plaque of recognition and more!
The Old School Art Contest is taking place now-May 31. Learn more here!
Explore the 2020 Old School Art Contest:
For the past two years, Save The Bay has received hundreds of beautiful, artistic interpretations of Narragansett Bay from young artists across the watershed. Browse the entries above to see some of our participating artists’ interpretations of the theme, “My Bay.”
Show us your place on Narragansett Bay!
For the past two years, Save The Bay has received hundreds of beautiful, artistic interpretations of Narragansett Bay from young artists across the watershed through our Old School Art Contest—and we can’t wait to see this year’s entries! Now-May 31, we’re inviting all artists in grades K-12 to create a piece of artwork reflecting this year’s theme: “My Place on The Bay.”
The Old School Art Contest is open now! Learn all the details here, and start creating today!