Semifinalist Entries Selected in Endangered Species Youth Art Contest

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Thank you to everyone who entered the Endangered Species Coalition’s 2022 Saving Endangered Species Youth Art Contest! This year we had more than 700 contest entries. Our preliminary judges, who are a group of art educators, artists, and arts professionals from around the U.S., narrowed down this large group of art to the 40 semi-finalist works. The artworks submitted to the contest this year were exceptional, making for a very challenging selection of the semi-finalist works by our panel of judges.

The gallery of 40 selected semi-finalist images grades K-12 can be viewed on our Flickr Gallery. Winning grade category and a grand prize submissions will be selected by a panel of judges in the coming weeks.

2022 Saving Endangered Species Youth Art Contest

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