2021 Youth Arts Exhibition Calendar

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If you would like to receive a copy of this Limited Edition Youth Arts 2021 Calendar, please visit our donation form and select “Youth Arts Calendar 2021” from the drop down menu. The suggested donation is $20.

Many 2020 spring art shows and performances throughout our region were canceled due to the pandemic. As part of the #KeepingArtsAlive campaign, Perkins Center for the Arts made sure the hard work of students and arts educators didn’t go unnoticed.

Here are the 2020 winners whose artwork was printed in the 2021 Perkins Center Calendar:

Youth Arts Calendar Winner - Month of May 2021. Artist name Anais. Artwork title, Untitled. Image shows woman with hands covering mouth. phrase "all lives are equal yet that's not what we see". Names frame woman in artwork.

The youth artwork, “Black Lives Matter” by Anais Bouchatta, featured on the May page of our 2020 Youth Arts Calendar was accidentally cropped during the printing process. Perkins extends our apologies to Anais and has re-posted her original artwork here to share with our community. The message of Anais’ artwork is powerful and deserves to be viewed in its original format. All future calendar purchases will include the full, original image.(click to enlarge)

Anais, Age 15-18
Maggie Clarkson, Age 13
Jiya Cooper, Age 11
Luna Ding, Age 16
Brianne Garofalo, Age 15
Emilie Holms, Age 17
Saanvi Joshi, Age 8-11
Giavanna Palantino, Age 12
Colin Phillips, Age 10
Katherine Pupek, Age 15-18
Rosyln Sidharta, Age 7
Rogan Tait, Age 6

Submitted artworks are from students K-12 grade in Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, Mercer, Salem, & Atlantic Counties.