San Bernardino, CA—Today, Rep. Pete Aguilar announced that his office will once again participate in the Congressional Art Competition, an annual showcase of art from high school students from across the country. The competition allows high school students in every congressional district to submit works of art to their local Congressional offices. The chosen winner in each district is then displayed in the US Capitol for a year. High school students who live in California’s 31st Congressional District are eligible to enter by submitting their work to Rep. Aguilar’s office by April 16th, 2021.
“The Congressional Art competition provides a showcase for Inland Empire students to show how talented they are, and to have their work displayed alongside the work of their peers from across the country. I look forward to seeing the submissions this year, and to sharing a piece of the Inland Empire in the United States Capitol,” said Aguilar.
The winning submission will be displayed in the United States Capitol for one year, along with the winning submissions from congressional districts around the country. To learn more about the contest and how to submit artwork, visit https://aguilar.house.gov/services/art-competition.