Teen Arts Festival 2021

Fully Virtual!  May 25 - May 28, 2021

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The Burlington County Teen Arts Festival is a showcase of the artistic talents of students from Burlington County schools.  For 18 years, students have gathered to celebrate their work in the visual art, theater, film, music, poetry, digital media and other mediums.  The festival aims to inspire the vast array of Burlington County’s creative young artists with the hope to promote the importance of arts education in our schools.The festival has grown significantly over the years to include more schools and artistic mediums.  Each year will be bigger and better! 

 We are proud to list the fields of adjudication for this year’s Teen Arts:

 May 25 - 2D & 3D Art 

May 25 - Photography

May 25 - Digital Media

May 26- Literature including Poetry, short stories, and creative writing

May 26 - Video

May 26 - Theatre

May 27 - Large and Small Instrumental Performances

May 28 - Large and Small Vocal Performances

Artwork will be on display during the entire festival online. The work will represent the talented and creative Burlington County teen artists.

Festival Highlights

Artists and professionals will educate and adjudicate, as well as teach workshops in their individual specialties. 

Students and arts teachers participating in the Festival will be offered:

  • Student Exhibits & Performances
  • Student Critiques
  • Student Workshops


We will be offering many workshops this year as well. Workshops are led by artists and teachers who have displayed mastery in their craft. 

School Participation Information:

Schools that are participating in the Teen Arts Festival will need to:

  1. Register your school. Please register by April 23. 
  2. Complete the Intent to Participate Form.  Simply let us know which category submissions we can expect from your school/teachers. 
  3. Submit entry forms for each category once details (student information and details of entry) are available. Due by May 10.