Voices of the River Contest

Voices of the River Contest

For generations the French Broad River has been inspiring creativity. From the Cherokee Indians, to Wilma Dykeman and the current artists of the River Arts District, the Rivers influence can been seen many places. RiverLink’s Voices of the River Art and Poetry contest extends this tradition to the next generation of river stewards.

Show us how creativity flows through our watershed

The contest is open to grades preK-12 and provides a unique way for students to connect with the French Broad River Watershed. Enter to show us how creativity flows through our watershed!

All entries are due by March 22nd

Click the 2019 Contest Guidelines button below for details about submitting works and make sure to attach a submission form to your work.

For more information or to get involved with Voices of the River, please contact Natalie Willmschen, RiverLink Education Coordinator, natalie@riverlink.org.


Last years prizes for winning works were generously donated by: