Online Visual Arts Competition celebrating the bike!

Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art and Paceline are sponsoring an Online Visual Arts Competition ages 8-17 celebrating the bike!

Submission due by August 21, 2020
Paceline is a year-round movement of communities and organizations interacting toward a common goal: to cure cancer, faster. It’s a community event based in Augusta, GA where 100% of all fundraising supports critical research and survivorship at the Georgia Cancer Center.
During the pandemic, bicycle sales soared and many people in our communities have begun riding and riding more often.  What better way to celebrate the kickoff for PaceDay, October 24th, than with an online art competition to inspire creativity at home, keeping the bike in mind. 

The first place winner will receive an individual membership to Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art and a Paceline t-shirt.
Second and third place winners will receive Paceline t-shirts.
All the winners will be featured on our social media and announced on August 24, 2020.

Eligibility and Rules

  • Must be ages 8-17
  • Artwork must include a bike in some way to be considered
  • Only one entry per student
  • Artwork must be created entirely by the student
  • Artwork may be Two-dimensional or Three-dimensional
  • All mediums welcome
  • Artwork may ONLY be submitted online until AUGUST 21, 2020 
  • Submit artwork to Cathleen Yates, Education Director at [email protected]
  • Entry Form, Required Waiver Form, and Photo Release agreement must be submitted online with artwork to be eligible (attached below in downloadable links) 
  • Deadline August 21st at midnight

Through an annual, fun bike ride, PaceDay is about rallying our community to team together to prevent, fight, and eradicate cancer. Paceline has a place for everyone, offering cycling routes for all skill levels and additional opportunities to be involved without having to ride a bike. 
For more information on how to be a part of this community movement, visit