The Resolution Center

Art of Peacemaking Contest

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Create a piece of art which portrays peacemaking, conflict resolution, or the burden of being in conflict with others.

First Place $150

Second Place $75

Contest Rules:

  • Contest is open to any student mediating in a Peer Mediation or participating in some form of conflict resolution program at any school in Macomb or St. Clair Counties.
  • The medium is the prerogative of the artist. However, the piece must fit into our 8×10 or 11 x 14 frame and be hangable.
  • Pieces may be produced and entered by individuals or groups. Only one entry per student. Schools may enter more than one piece.
  • All entries must be submitted in early Spring (usually in March).
    Include student’s name, school name, grade, parent(s) name(s), mailing address, and phone number.
  • Mail or deliver entries to: The Resolution Center, 176 S. Main, Suite 2, Mt. Clemens, Michigan 48043
  • Awards will be announced at The Resolution Center’s Annual “Evening at the Movies” event.
  • All pieces will be become the property of The Resolution Center and all winning pieces will be permanently displayed in our office.
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