Albany Entries are being accepted for the 21st annual Legislative Student Art Exhibit, held in conjunction with the New York State Art Teachers Association (NYSATA) and the New York State Alliance for Arts Education. The exhibit will will be showcased in the State Capital this February. The deadline for entries is Jan. 11. The artwork of two students from each Assembly District will be on display in the annual exhibit, which is held in the “well” of the Legislative Office Building in Albany. The exhibit runs from Feb. 28 to March 4. The optional theme of this year’s exhibit is “My Social Concern” and all students from kindergarten through 12th grade are eligible to enter the competition. Submissions must be made by art educators who are members of NYSATA and are limited to two submissions per teacher. Artwork must be two-dimensional and no larger than 26 inches by 30 inches, including the mandatory mat or mounting and any optional attached written statement. Additionally, the mat or mount for the artwork should be made of lightweight mat or bristol board (do not use colored paper, foam core, canvas stretchers or frames) and all submissions need to be labeled according to the guidelines on NYSATA’s Web site. An entry fee of $25 per teacher may be made securely online at NYSATA’s Web site at the time of registration (or a check can be mailed) and no submitted artwork will be considered until entry fee is paid. For more details, visit NYSATA’s Web site at www.nysata.org.