SOS ART Youth Exhibition

SOS ART, founded in 2003, began as both an art exhibit and an art festival with related events and publications concerning issues of peace and justice by Greater Cincinnati Artists. The annual art event grew to include, in addition to the works of established local artists, artwork of school children; also to engage children through classroom visits and workshops.

For information about the annual SOS ART Exhibition and Event, check out this interview with Fresh Air on WVXU.

The SOS ART Youth art exhibit organized by SOS ART is devoted entirely to the artistic voice of our children and youth for Peace and Justice. In past SOS ART editions, their voice was part of the larger SOS ART exhibits catered primarily to adult artists. It was felt that it would be good and advantageous to provide them their own space and venue for expression and thus facilitate their interactions, collaboration, and growth.

For a review of the inaugural exhibition, check out or visit the online gallery of works here

Exhibition Participation

The SOS ART YOUTH Art Exhibition and Event of Creative Expressions for Peace and Justice is an annual multidisciplinary show and event featuring various youth creative expressions for Peace and Justice. Works, creative writings, or performances for the exhibition should focus on any of the broad themes of Peace and Justice, including but not limited to the following: Tolerance, Empathy and Compassion, Equity and Equality, Homelessness, Discrimination, War, and Non-War Related Violence, Environment, Gender, Race, Religion, Poverty, etc.

For entry information regarding the SOS ART Youth Exhibition, review the document below. Hyperlinks to entry forms are provided in the highlighted areas of the document, as well as listed below.

Entry Resources

SOS ART Youth Exhibition Information
SOS ART Individual Entry Form: Visual Arts
SOS ART Group/Class Project Entry Form: Visual Arts
SOS ART Performance Entry Form