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Applications Due Oct. 10 for Art Collection at The Woodlands High School

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THE WOODLANDS, TX – The Woodlands High School Art Trust (TWHSAT) of The Woodlands, Texas, is pleased to announce that the application form is now open for entry into the collection for 2021. TWHSAT is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that supports The Student Art Trust Committee. The student committee is overseeing the application process for Texas juried artists’ work, to add to the student-selected and student-purchased professional art collection.

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The student committee will narrow the submissions to 12 pieces which will be voted on by the entire student body of approximately 4,400 students.The top choices will be purchased and added to The Woodlands High School Art Collection.

The application deadline is October 10, 2021 and artists are encouraged artists to submit work they are willing to sell.

Requirements include:

  • Artwork is limited to drawings, paintings, mixed media, printmaking, photography, and digital media
  • Artwork must be able to be hung with appropriate hardware
  • Artist must be a current resident of Texas, a juried artist, and 22 years or older




To apply, fill out the application HERE. No physical work will be reviewed, and only ONE online submission is allowed per artist. The artwork to be voted on and purchased by The Woodlands High School student body. All Texas juried artists age 22 years or older are eligible to apply.

The Woodlands High School Art Trust (TWHSAT), a 501(c)3 organization, was established in 2011 to help maintain, conserve and display the student-selected, student-purchased collection of established artists at The Woodlands High School. The vision for the TWHS Art Trust is to see the art collection grow each yearand to have it extend through the hallways of the high school. Students use funds from their Homecoming Dance to purchase the art works. TWHSAT fundraises for the preservation and permanent display of the art works. For more information, visit