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Armstrong Juried High School Art Exhibition

Each teacher may select up to 14 works by their students and then photograph them with a digital camera. One digital image per entry may be entered. Each student is allowed no more than two entries. Home school parents are allowed to submit up to two works per student. Please enter the parent name as the teacher.  Just put Home School for School.

Sizing and labeling of your images is very important. Image files must not exceed 1000 pixels in height or width and must be in the JPEG format with a resolution of 72 pixels per inch. Please label your image files in the following manner:

StudentlastnameStudentfirstname_artworktitle.jpg
Example: CatoTom_StillLife.jpg

Click the Next Page button at the bottom of each page to fill out entry forms for students. Use as many of the pages as needed, submitting one entry per page. When all your entries have been entered, click "Next Page" to page 15 and then click the Submit button to complete your submission.

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