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About the Contest

What is the George Montgomery/NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest?

The George Montgomery/NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest offers young artists interested in hunting and wildlife an outlet to use their creative talent, practice artistic techniques, and refine wildlife identification skills through the creation of original works. 

How long has the NRA been doing this contest?

The NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest began in 1987.

Why does the NRA do this contest?

The NRA does this contest to encourage youth to nurture their interest for the visual arts, hunting, and wildlife conservation. It also reinforces the positive effects of hunting and wildlife conservation with the public at large.

How do I enter?

Submissions for all artwork in 2020 will be in digital form only. Preferred specs for submissions will be a minimum of 8½"x11" with 300 DPI or higher resolution. Please include the entry form with your email to artcontest@nrahq.org. Entries must be received by October 31, 2020 to be eligible.

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Want To Know More

Contact us at 703-267-1278 or email artcontest@nrahq.org for more information.

 

Youth Wildlife Art Contest

The George Montgomery/NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest offers young artists interested in hunting and wildlife an outlet to use their creative talent, practice artistic techniques, and refine wildlife identification skills through the creation of original works.