Creative Outlook Magazine kicks off 3rd Annual Cover Contest

Creative Cover 2012Creative Outlook Magazine kicks off 3rd Annual Cover Contest by offering $1,000.00 in Art Scholarships and Announces Inaugural Art Teacher of the Year Award

Media Contact:
Bill Gaier, Vice President for Business Development

Following a record breaking year in terms of entries and participants, the 2013 Creative Outlook Magazine Cover Contest began April 1, 2013 and is filling fast with new original, student art submissions. Featuring talented art students from around the nation, participants can upload (up to) five pieces of art or performing arts pieces to, add a short description of their entries and then, share via social media outlets (Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest) for the popular vote. In September, the top 10 submissions with the most votes will be entered into a final “Portfolio Review” where a panel of art education professionals will choose the winning submission and two runner-ups. The winning submission will receive a $250 art scholarship and be featured on the cover of the 2013 issue of Creative Outlook. The two runner-up submissions will also receive $250 art scholarships each. All three submissions and the artists who created them will be profiled in the magazine as well.

Along with the Cover Contest. Creative Outlook is also announcing the inaugural Art Teacher of the Year Award. Students can submit short blog entries of how their favorite art teacher has motivated, inspired and encouraged them to new artistic heights at The Art Teacher featured in the top entry will receive a $250 professional art scholarship that can be used by the teacher for educational purposes. Like the Cover Contest, the Art Teacher of the Year will be profiled in the 2013 issue of Creative Outlook.

Both contests end September 1, 2013.

For more information, call 1-800-274-8867 or email at

About Creative Outlook Magazine: For 18 years, Creative Outlook has helped visual and performing art students connect to the top, accredited programs and schools throughout the country. A product of the Network, Creative Outlook gives students the opportunity to find a major, find a college and find an arts-related career path. Creative Outlook is distributed annually in October and is available free upon request at

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