This year's Visual Arts Competition is a great opportunity to learn more about climate change.
To enter the competition, students are asked to consider what aspect of climate change is most important to them, and what they think we should be doing to combat climate change. They must then create a compelling work of art, in a medium of their choice (e.g. watercolour, sketch, oil painting, sculpture, digital art, collage) to illustrate an aspect of climate change. There is also a written component of a 50-word description.
To learn more about climate change through Global Campus, please click here.
Submitting an entry
Competition entries must be submitted by Wednesday, 31st March 2021. To submit an entry, please click here.
Winners will be announced on Monday, 10th May 2021.
Shortlisted winners (one winner from each age category - 4 winners in total) will be showcased in New York during the United Nation's High Level Political Forum - a huge honour and something great for students’ BISAD Diploma!
A digital showcase will be made available featuring shortlisted entries for the Visual Arts Competition.
For more information about the competition, or to explore past competition showcases, visit Global Campus.