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    What is Reflections?    

    The National PTA Reflections Program is an arts program designed to give students an outlet for creative expression.  It is an opportunity to explore the cultural arts while challenging their imagination.  Students interpret each year’s theme in the categories of dance choreography, film, visual arts, photography, literature and musical composition.

    Who may participate?
    Students in grades Pre-K – 12 who are enrolled in a school where there is a PTA/PTSA may submit entries through their Local PTA/PTSA Unit Reflections Program.  In Gwinnett County, the number of entries per student is not limited. However, all rules must be followed for each entry.

    **The final deadline for submissions is midnight September 27th. Please email all digital submissions along with your entry form to: Physical submissions for the Visual Arts and Photography category can be delivered to Mrs. Youmans' classroom."

    Judges Bios:

    Ryan Lampa has over 20 years of experience in the music industry as a Tour and Production Manager and Front-of-house Audio Engineer for CCM multi-grammy award-winning artist Toby Mac. Inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame in 2018, we are proud to announce Ryan Lamp as one of our esteemed judges for the Music portion of the Reflections Art Contest.

    Austin Gros has nearly 2 decades of experience capturing inspiring moments with a camera. His work has been featured in magazines including Martha Stewart Living. After traveling around the world to do his work, we are thankful for the time he is giving us to be one of our judges for the Photography portion of our Reflections Art Contest

    Jason Montoya has over 2 decades of experience working in and with film production. His portfolio of work includes Emmy award-winning production Astronomy: Observations and Theories. Having been on set with Tom Cruise in American Made, Jason looks forward to being a judge for the Film and Visual arts portion of our Reflections Art Contest.


    Please follow this link to learn more about Reflections, and access the entry form as well as descriptions for each category.