Congressional Art Competition

Congressional Art Competition 2024

Congressman Moskowitz is proud to announce that he will host a Congressional Art Competition this year. Also known as “An Artistic Discovery”, it is an annual 2-D art competition sponsored by the House of Representatives. Participating Members of Congress hold a competition to encourage and showcase the artistic talent of students who live in their districts. The winning piece is displayed for one year in an exhibit located in the Cannon tunnel at the U.S. Capitol. The winning artwork is also featured on’s Congressional Art Competition page, link here:

How Does it Work?

  • Students must be a high school student who resides in Florida’s 23rd Congressional District. Please be sure to verify your residency by clicking the link below and entering your address.

  • To enter, students submit an original 2-D artwork (photography, paint, oil pastels, digital) along with a complete Student Release Form. Students may not collaborate on a piece; one student per submission.
  • Competitors may submit one piece only.
  • All submissions must be less than 26 inches high x 26 inches wide x 4 inches deep, including framing. All submissions must weigh less than 15 pounds, including framing.
  • Art professionals from the district will review the submissions and select a First, Second and Third Place winner. The First Place winner’s piece is shipped to Washington, D.C for display.
  • An art show featuring the 2024 submissions will be held at the Coral Springs Museum of Art.
  • Content: There is no official theme. Artwork must be original and not in violation of any copyright laws. Artwork must not depict material of a gruesome, sensational or controversial nature. Please take a few moments to review the official contest rules-see the link below. The winning piece must be framed by the student before it can be sent to Washington. If the winning piece exceeds the size and/or weight limit when framed, it cannot be accepted.   

Click This Link for OFFICIAL RULES

Click This Link for Required STUDENT RELEASE FORM

When is the Deadline for Submissions?

Submissions must be received no later than 5 p.m. on Wednesday, April 10, 2024. No late entries can be accepted, as we will be in the judging period.

Please Direct all Questions Regarding the Competition to Rep. Moskowitz’s Point of Contact:

Jennifer Raducci, 561-470-5440 or via email





Congratulations to our 2023 Congressional Art Competition winner!

Family in the Car by Riley Dion, Pompano Beach High School


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