This Spring exhibition, curated by the CPS Department of Arts Education, showcases 2D, 3D, and digital artwork by CPS high school students. All students in grades 9–12 from any CPS school (including district-managed, charter, contract, and options schools)
Based on recent closure announcements from our exhibition site, Expo 72, the 2020 All-City High School Visual Art Exhibition will now be an online exhibition. The CPS Department of Arts Education has created updated submission guidelines for these adjusted events.
Important Dates for 2020 Online High School Exhibition:
Submission window open: April 1–May 1, 2020
Notification of acceptance into exhibition: May 11, 2020
Missing Information Deadline: May 15, 2020 (Failure to submit a media release or any other required information could result in removal from the exhibition.)
Virtual Exhibition Opens: May 27, 2020
Submit Artwork to the 2020 Online All-City High School Exhibition
Submissions are currently being accepted for the 2020 Online All-City High School Exhibition. The extended deadline for submissions is May 1, 2020. Please download and read the Submission Guidelines before submitting artwork.
Note that students and parents/guardians of students can now submit student artwork directly to the High School Exhibition. Teachers of PreK-12 students can also submit artwork on behalf of their students. Please click the appropriate submission button below when submitting artwork.
All-City Visual Arts Student, Teacher, and Staff Resources
ACVA Media Consent Form & Release
ACVA student media consent & release forms should be completed and signed by students and parents/guardians. Download a copy below.
If you have questions regarding the All-City Visual Arts program, please email email@example.com or call (773) 553-2110.