Chon's artwork, based on this year's theme "Everyday Heroes Ride DART," was selected from 688 entries from students in kindergarten through 12th grade. Heroes come in many forms and this year's art contest gave young artists the chance to salute the hometown heroes that have kept our community going during the pandemic – everyday people that have made a positive impact in the lives of others.
You can view all the winning entries at studentartgallery.dart.org.
The DART Student Art Contest is a 23-year tradition that helps promote the use of public transportation and is supported by community partners the Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas Contemporary, and Half Price Books, as well as our media partners Al Día, The Dallas Morning News, DFW Child, DFW Kids Directory, Local Profile, NBC 5, and Telemundo 39.
The winning artwork will be seen at DART Rail stations, buses, and inside trains, as well as on display at the Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas Love Field airport, and on DART's website, DART.org. Prizes were awarded to first place winners and runners-up in different grade-level categories.
This year's awards ceremony was held virtually on Friday, April 23, from 6-7 p.m. Video of the event can be viewed on the DMA's YouTube page.