Student Art, Clean Water
Each year, Partnership for the Delaware Estuary (PDE) unites with colleague organizations to host student art contests in Philadelphia and Wilmington. There’s also an annual contest for schools located within the Schuylkill River Watershed — Berks, Chester, Montgomery, and Schuylkill counties. These contests educate students about water pollution and how to prevent it. Street art made from winning drawings educates the public too!
Philadelphia Art Contest
The Philadelphia Water Department (PWD) and Partnership for the Delaware Estuary congratulate the 2019 Green City, Clean Waters Student Art Contest winners:
3rd Place: Gianna Novak, Fox Chase School
2nd Place: Keira Destephallis, St. Monica School
1st Place: Gianna White, Fox Chase School
3rd Place: Jasper Lee, JR Masterman
2nd Place: Manik Narula, JR Masterman
1st Place: Hannah Bush, Penn Alexander School
3rd Place: Pelham Tennant, JR Masterman
2nd Place: Cyrus Fisher, JR Masterman
1st Place: Elina Chen, JR Masterman
3rd Place: Olivia Gribley, Archbishop Ryan High School
2nd Place: Samantha Lalli, Archbishop Ryan High School
1st Place: Meghan Montoya, Archbishop Ryan High School
About the Contest
The Green City, Clean Waters Art Contest is open to students in grades K-12 who attend public, private, charter, home or cyber schools in Philadelphia. Participating students must submit an ORIGINAL drawing that focuses on littering and keeping Philadelphia trash free!
First place artwork will be:
- Published in a free calendar.
- Developed into two large street art stickers for installation at the winner’s school and one other location in the city.
For more contest information, or to obtain free 2019 art contest calendars, please contact Brittany Musolino.
Schuylkill Street Art Contest
The Schuylkill Action Network and Partnership for the Delaware Estuary congratulate the 2019 Schuylkill Street Art Contest winners!
About the Contest
The contest is open to students in grades 6-12 who attend public, private, home or cyber schools within Berks, Chester, Montgomery, or Schuylkill counties. Click here to see some of last year’s entries.
For more information, please contact Virginia Vassalotti.
Wilmington Art Contest
The City of Wilmington and Partnership for the Delaware Estuary congratulate the 2019 Clean Waterways Wilmington student art contest winners:
1st place: Lillian Gatti, First State Montessori
2nd place: Emma Berger, First State Montessori
3rd place: Brynne Loucille Westmoreland, First State Montessori
Honorable mention: Kai Stephens (no school listed)
1st place: Brenna Hudgins, Bancroft Elementary
2nd place: Noah Marcial Rodriguez, First State Montessori
3rd place: George Foster McAllister, First State Montessori
Honorable mention: Frederick Carl, First State Montessori
1st place: Caroline Peach, Ursuline Academy
2nd place: Kate Poole, Ursuline Academy
3rd place: Catie Schofield, Ursuline Academy
Honorable mention: Lucy Madden, Ursuline Academy
1st place: Reid Brakeley, Delaware Military Academy
2nd place: Hannah Poteat, Delaware Military Academy
3rd place: Katie Ladrillero, Delaware Military Academy
Honorable mention: Ashley Jones, Delaware Military Academy
About the Contest
The contest is open to K-12 students who attend private, public, cyber or home schools within Wilmington. Participating students must submit ORIGINAL drawings that show how to keep Wilmington’s rivers and streams clean.
Keep an eye out for large street art ‘stickers’ of the first place winners’ artwork around the City and DART Bus advertisements about the contest!
For more information, please contact Brittany Musolino.
If you like our art contests, you’ll love the many activities on our “Kids” web page.