Arbor Day Teen Art Show

The Community Arbor Day Festival is proud to present the first annual art exhibition!

The Teen Art Show is a Mid-Peninsula curated tree art exhibition held at the Mitchell Park Multi-Use Bowl in Palo Alto. Submissions will be selected and displayed on March 11, 2017.

From paintings to photography, the Art Show hopes to represent the shared vision and awareness of trees and their benefits in the urban environment. This exhibit is intended to inspire the viewer, while informing them about trees and their benefits or motivating them to take action.

Learn more about the 2017 Community Arbor Day Festival.



NOW OPEN! Call for Entries: Artists from Mid-Peninsula schools are encouraged to enter. The show is seeking a variety of artistic styles ranging from paintings, to drawings, to photographs. The theme of the exhibition is the interpretation of how trees benefit the community, to celebrate trees and spread awareness of their benefits. 

ART SHOW THEME: What do trees mean to you?


1st Annual Arbor Day Art Exhibition Submission Information

Who Should Enter:

All artists who attend school in Palo Alto, East Palo Alto, Mountain View, Menlo Park, and other surrounding communities are encouraged to enter.

How to Enter:

1. Submit an image of your art piece with your name, school, and contact information to Natalie Brubaker at [email protected].

2. You will receive an email confirmation once your submission is received.

3. Framed pieces are only required after acceptance.

No limit on number of entries.

Important Dates:

Call for Entry Deadline: March 1, 2017

Notification Date: March 5, 2017

Art Delivery Date: March 8, 2017

Exhibition Opens: March 11, 2017


We look forward to your art submissions!



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