Courtroom Artist Contest

The Foundation’s Courtroom Artist Contest is now in its fourth year. The competition gives art students an opportunity to stretch their artistic muscles while supporting their school’s mock trial team. The deadline to enter the competition is January 4, 2019. See official entry form and competition rules. For a list of important contest dates, click here.

The Foundation will also host a Courtroom Artist Contest Workshop for teachers on Tuesday, October 16, 2018 from 10 am to 1 pm. Teachers will learn how to prepare their students for the contest and be given tips on materials, composition, drawing and rendering of sketches, and much more. To register online for the workshop, click the button below. You may also click here to fill out a registration form that can be mailed.  

 

Questions, contact Cynthia Pellegrino at [email protected] or 732-937-7507.

2018 First Place Winner

by Edmona Gomes of Morris County School of Technology

Winners

Winners of the 2018 High School Courtroom Artist Contest hold their winning sketches.

1st, 2nd & 3rd Place

From left to right: Edmona Gomez (1st place), Fatma Tas (2nd place) and Erein James Ruiz (3rd place).

Honorable Mention

Miya Preyer, who received an Honorable Mention in the competition, is pictured with her artwork.

Honorable Mention

Jeffrey Jackson Perry, who received an Honorable Mention in the competition, is pictured with his artwork.

Honorable Mention

Fatima Caylao, who received an Honorable Mention in the competition, is pictured with her artwork.

Honorable Mention

Daniel Ruiz, who received an Honorable Mention in the competition, is pictured with his artwork.

Honorable Mention

Jenna Toro, who received an Honorable Mention in the competition, is pictured with her artwork.

Honorable Mention

Genne Anerine, who received an Honorable Mention in the competition, is pictured with her artwork.

Still Creating

Left to right: Fatma and Jeffrey sketch during the 2018 Mock Trial Final Competition.

Still Creating

Miya sketches during the 2018 Mock Trial Final Competition.

Fatma's Creation

Miya's Creation

2018 Second Place Winner

by Fatma Tas of Rosa Parks High School

2018 Third Place Winner

by Erein James Ruiz of New Milford High School

Honorable Mentions

2018 Honorable Mention

by Rachel Jacovsky of Parsippany Hills High School

2018 Honorable Mention

by Jeffrey Jackson Perry of Rosa Parks High School

2018 Honorable Mention

by Miya Preyer of Point Pleasant Beach High School

2018 Honorable Mention

by Nichole Data of MATES High School

2018 Honorable Mention

by Fatima Caylao of New Milford High School

2018 Honorable Mention

by Jenna Toro of Bergen Arts and Science Charter School

2018 Honorable Mention

by Genne Anerine of Bergen Arts and Science Charter School

2018 Honorable Mention

by Daniel Ruiz of Jefferson Arts Academy