The Black Women’s Health Creative Expression Competition is a medium for local high school students to help meet conference goals and objectives.  At the start of the school year, students from high schools throughout Metro New Orleans are invited to participate in the competition by submitting original works of visual art, spoken word, dance, poetry, and dramatic interpretation.

Students convene at Tulane in December to present their work, before a panel of professional artists, who award 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place prizes in subcategories as well as the overall competition.  All entrants receive nominal honoraria for their participation. Click here for more information about the Black Women’s Health Creative Expression Competition.


Highlights of 2011-2012 Competition


Introducing… Zenobia Johnson

Zenobia Johnson was announced Overall Winner of the 2012 BWH Creative Expression Competition for her original art work titled “Mother & Child” and “Self-Portrait.” Zenobia is a graduate of St. Mary’s Academy in New Orleans, where she was a member of the Artist Guild, the S.M.A softball, and the Cougarettes dance teams. Her art work has won her many accolades, including awards for Catholic Week School Banner Competition and from Sisters of the Holy Family.