The 50th Anniversary of Earth Day International Youth Artworks Exhibition
22 April, 2020 marks 50 years of Earth Day, hence it will present a terrific opportunity at such a crucial time to engage young people in the environment protection and climate change, to promote regional involvement as well as personal involvement, to affect young people's perception of climate change and help to galvanize a collective will to make a change. In pursuit of an everlasting healthy and beautiful earth, we are going to make use of an artistic way to pass the idea of caring for the earth to young people around the world as well as to plant a seed of protecting the earth deep in their hearts.
Time:14-16 August, 2020
Venue:The Arts Centre Pūmanawa Exhibition Space
The Arts Centre Te Matatiki Toi Ora, 2 Worcester Boulevard, Christchurch Central City, New Zealand
Exhibition Works Collection
We are now collecting artworks around the world. Please feel free to invite your students to create and submit their artworks to our exhibition on the theme of Earth Day.
No entrance fee is required.
The requirements of artworks are as follows,
Participants should be aged from 4 to 16.
All participating works are original ones created by the author. Please send the works to the exhibition organizing committee email (firstname.lastname@example.org) by attachment.
Submission deadline: June 20, 2020 (New Zealand time)
Notification: by June 30, 2020
Medium of work: pencil, charcoal, crayon, gouache, watercolor, acrylic, oil painting, mixed materials, etc.
Size: The net size of all artworks should not exceed A3 (29.7 cm * 42 cm)
Please name the file with the author's nationality, name, age, and name of the artwork (e.g., New Zealand/ Lucy/ 12 years old/ I Put a Face Mask on the Earth).
The form of artworks can be, but is not limited to, paintings and design works. The theme is the Earth Day and the creative artworks can be related to the earth, environmental protection, climate change, etc.