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Congressional Art Competition winners announced

The winning submissions will be displayed at the U.S. Capitol in Washington for one year
This year's winners of the Congressional Art Competition have been announced.

Today, House Assistant Minority Leader Joe Neguse issued the following statement congratulating the winners of this year’s Congressional Art Competition: 

“Throughout the years, the Congressional Art Competition has always been a wonderful way for students across Colorado to express their artistic talents. The artwork showcased during this year’s competition was both moving and powerful, and I was thoroughly impressed by each and every student’s creativity and passion for the arts. My warmest congratulations go out to this year’s winning artists, Skye Little Cloud from Longmont and Chloe Schaal from Loveland. I look forward to passing their work in the Cannon Tunnel while in Washington and being reminded of the inspiring next generation of Americans cultivating their talents in our communities,” said Assistant Leader Neguse. 

A panel of local artists assisted the Congressman in selecting the winning pieces. In addition to managing the submissions for students across Colorado’s 2nd District, Congressman Neguse and his staff managed the processes for students in the state’s 4th Congressional District as well following the departure of Congressman Ken Buck. 

2024 Congressional Art Competition Winners (CO-02):

2024 Congressional Art Competition Winners (CO-04): 

The winning submissions for both Districts will be displayed for one year in the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. alongside artwork from other contest winners nationwide. The 2nd through 5th place winners from Colorado’s 2nd will be displayed in the Colorado Department of Education as well as Rep. Neguse’s Washington D.C and district offices.