Open (Air) Studio for Reflections Art Contest – Oct. 4


Let’s come together to make art for Reflections! (Socially distanced, of course.) The Reflections theme this year is “I Matter Because…”

Where: We will meet at the lower part of Maple Leaf park near the east baseball field at the corner of NE 82nd St. and 14th Ave NE.

When: 1-2:30 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 4.

What to bring: a blanket or something to sit on. Also please bring your own water bottles, sunscreen, and snacks. Hard surfaces (such as cardboard or clipboards) that can be put under paper while it is being used would be appreciated. Feel free to bring art supplies too (not required).

Tatiana Kaminsky, our volunteer Reflections Chair, will bring art materials kids can use (paper, markers, crayons, scissors, etc.) in addition to wipes for cleaning equipment between kids’ use and hand sanitizer. She also will have the forms kids and their parents/guardians need to submit with their Reflections entries, which are due Oct. 30.

Please fill out an online form so that I can plan and make sure I have enough materials for the kids!

THIS IS NOT A DROP OFF EVENT – parents/guardians must stay with the kids. MASKS ARE A MUST!

Questions? Email Tatiana at

More information about this year’s Reflections Art Contest

Wolf Pack Wins Reflections Art Contest

Washington State Parent Teacher Association Reflections Art Contest update!

Out of thousands of entries from across the country, only about 200 are given awards. And one of them went to a member of our Wolf Pack!

Sending a BIG congratulations to 8th grader Micah K.! His photography entry “Ella with Paint” in the 2019-20 Reflections art contest won the Washington state middle school photography category and earned a Merit Award in the national contest! This is the first artist to represent Hazel Wolf at the national competition!

This year’s theme was “Look Within.” Hazel Wolf K-8 had students at all grade divisions enter work in two of the six arts categories (photography and visual arts). We sent 17 pieces to the Seattle City Council (14 visual arts and 3 photography). Two of those pieces were finalists and were judged at the state competition in March. Five received “honorable mention” awards.

CONGRATULATIONS to Micah K. and to all of our student artists. They did a great job with their work this year.

“Ella with Paint” by Micah K.