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Enter Your Keiki's Artwork in Shriners' Under the Sea Art Contest

(Sponsored) Your child's art could become part of Shriners' history.


shriners under the sea art contest

Photo: courtesy of Shriners Hospitals for Children® — Honolulu


Shriners Hospitals for Children®—Honolulu is inviting all students 18 years and younger throughout Hawai‘i to submit original, hand-drawn illustrations with an ocean theme for its “Under the Sea” Art Contest. Entries will be accepted Jan. 20 through Feb. 21, 2017.


The overall winner’s artwork will become the inspiration for the design of Shriners' EOS Imaging System—the first in the entire Pacific Basin. The EOS Imaging System is a Nobel Prize-winning technology that produces life-size, whole body images with up to 85% less radiation compared to conventional X-rays. One of the safest imaging systems and technology available, it will improve the lives of keiki with scoliosis and other orthopaedic conditions that require many X-rays throughout their lives.


Overall Winner

One winner will receive $250 and his or her artwork used in the design of Shriners' new EOS Imaging System. Winner's school will receive $1,000 from Friends of Shriners.

3 Category Winners

One artist in each age group will each receive $100. (3 total winners.)

3 People’s Choice Winners

One artist in each age group will receive $100. (3 total winners.)

Five Teachers Will Win

All entrants' teachers will be entered to win a $100 gift card for school supplies. (5 total winners statewide.)


Click here for entry forms and rules.


Eligible artwork will be entered in the People’s Choice Award competition, where family, friends and fans of the Shriners Hospitals for Children — Honolulu can cast their votes for their favorite entries in each of the age groups from Mar. 3–17. All finalists, their families and their teachers will be invited to an event at Shriners Hospitals on April 8.



Shriners Hospitals for Children—Honolulu provides the highest quality care for a wide range of orthopaedic, neuromusculoskeletal and neurodevelopmental disorders and conditions. World-class doctors and staff members are committed to improving the lives of children in Hawai‘i and the Pacific region and are experts in bone, joint, muscle, brain conditions and sports injuries. For more information, visit ShrinersHonolulu.org.


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