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Art on Climate International Illustration Competition 2023

    Art on Climate International Illustration Competition 2023 | Graphic Competitions
     Category:  Illustration
     Deadline:  July 31, 2023 - expired! May 31, 2023
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    Organised by Fingertips Company Limited and sponsored by Allianz Global Investors , the Art On Climate International Illustration Competition is inviting illustrators from the Asia-Pacific region to create artworks that address the theme of climate change.

    Its goal is to provide a platform for the exchange of ideas and solutions to tackle climate change, and to inspire the public to make meaningful changes to shape their lifestyle in response to this global challenge.

    Recognising the urgency of the global challenge of climate change, it is everyone's contribution to make a change. Big change starts with a small step. No matter where you are living in, you can incorporate a more sustainable practice in your daily life, and promote the awareness of climate change to the world. Empowered by today’s technology, your aspirations and efforts to tackle climate change can be shared across the world beyond geographic barriers, inspiring others to act together for the future of our climate.

    Participants are invited to submit original works on the theme of "climate change". Each participant may submit up to a maximum of three artworks. The submitted artwork(s) must not have been previously published or previously used for any other purpose.

    There is no entry fee.


    Open worldwide to any person aged 18 or above on 21 May 2023.


    Champion (one): e-certificate and prize of 2,000 EUR
    1st runner-up (one): e-certificate and prize of 1,500 EUR
    2nd runner-up (one): e-certificate and prize of 1,000 EUR
    Merit (fifty): e-certificate and prize of 150 EUR

    Champion, 1st runner-up, 2nd runner-up and Merit winners will receive a customised award certificate by email. The winning artworks and selected other works will be put on display in a virtual exhibition.

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