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2024 Virginia Aviation Art Contest Winners Announced

Countless numbers of aviation enthusiasts have gotten in trouble for drawing airplanes in school. However, nine students from across the Commonwealth were awarded for their art skills this week by the Virginia Department of Aviation (DOAV).

The annual Virginia Aviation Art Contest had nearly 60 entries from students ranging in ages from six to 18. These state winners will now proceed to the national aviation art contest sponsored by the National Association of State Aviation Officials (NASAO). This year’s theme was “Air Sports For A Peaceful World”, and students were free to interpret that into art with few restrictions.

Five judges with backgrounds in aviation, art, design, and media selected this year’s winners. A blind number system was used by the judges, and they evaluated each piece on its color, composition, originality, and connection to the theme. Just like in 2023, this year’s art submissions were of such high quality that judges were also able to select two honorable mention awards for each category.

Jaimi Evans, a judge for the DOAV, was astounded by the student’s talent and the depth of their work: “Their skill levels are truly remarkable, and the theme allowed for them to envision a more peaceful future for aviation and the world. After all, they are the ones in charge of what lies ahead…”

In 2023, Virginia had two national winners advance to the international aviation art competition in Lausanne, Switzerland.

The DOAV is proud to announce the 2024 winners of the Virginia Aviation Art Contest:

Group I — Junior Category (ages 6 to 10)

Group II — Intermediate Category (ages 11 to 14)

Group III — Senior Category (ages 15 to 18)

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