Washington, D.C. –The Congressional Art Competition was started in 1982 to provide an opportunity for members of Congress to encourage, recognize, and showcase the artistic talents of young constituents within their districts. Since then, over 650,000 high school students have taken part in the annual nation-wide competition.
After receiving numerous submissions of artwork from students across the state, Representative Rosendale is proud to announce the three winners of Montana’s Spring 2022Congressional Art Competition.
Montana’s first-place winner is Taylor Hartfrom Laurel High Schoolin Laurel. Her piece will be featured on display in the United States Capitol for a full year alongside those of first-place winners from the nation’s congressional districts. Congratulations, Taylor!
The second-place and third-place winners are Audry Wagner and Wyatt Labolle, who are alsostudents at Laurel High School. Congratulations, Audry and Wyatt!