AAP Children's Art Contest Galleries
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Julius B. Richmond Center of Excellence sponsored the 2009 and 2010 AAP Children's Art Contests. These contests invited children to contribute works of art that addressed keeping children safe from the dangers of tobacco and secondhand smoke.
The 2009 Art Contest theme was "Protecting Children from Tobacco Smoke." In 2010, the art contest was open to children from around the world, and the theme was "Protecting the World's Children from Tobacco and Secondhand Smoke."
The Richmond Center sponsored this contest again in 2013, and it was again open to children in any counrty. The theme was "A World Free from Tobacco and Secondhand Smoke." View the story of the 2013 contest in words, photos, and art.
View a selection of the artwork created by the finalists for 2009, 2010, and 2013.