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2021 Teen Art Expo Goes Virtual

The Teen Art Expo will look different in 2021, compared to years past. Artists will be unbound by theme and unbound by media requirements. The artwork will not be judged. This year’s Teen Art Expo is an opportunity for teen artists to share their artwork with their community on the Livermore Public Library's website during the month of April.

This year’s theme is “Unbound.” Livermore students in grades 6–12 are invited to submit one piece of original artwork to the 2021 Teen Art Expo. There are no media restrictions. The physical artwork may be 2D or 3D. Please see the Art Expo requirements.

To submit artwork to the Expo, artists will email ONE static image of their art to Librarian Caitlyn Lung at [VERY IMPORTANT: Please email submissions from a personal email account. We want to let you know your art was received but we are unable to reply to LVJUSD email addresses.] Images must be sent as an email attachment in a .jpg or .png file format with a maximum file size of 25mb. The submission period is March 1-15, 2021. The photograph of their artwork will be displayed on the library’s website from Thursday, April 1 through Friday, April 30, 2021. By submitting a photograph, the artist grants the Livermore Public Library permission to display the artwork during the display period.

All artists who submit a piece of artwork to the 2021 Teen Art Expo will be entered into a prize drawing. The drawing will take place on Wednesday, April 14, 2021. Winners will be contacted using the contact information provided with their submission.

Please see the event flier or the library’s website for complete rules. Please email Librarian Caitlyn Lung at for more information.