Finalists ACWB painting and photography competition for young
The NGO Art & Culture without Borders is pleased to announce the finalists of the global painting and photography competition for children and adolescents in these times of COVID-19.
Art & Culture without Borders has organized a worldwide art and photography contest for children and adolescents during this time of confinement. Art is a universal language. Creating artwork is a non-threatening activity that allows children to tackle difficult problems in a creative way.
Art & Culture without Borders is pleased to announce the great success of the contest with nearly 1000 entries from 25 countries. ACWB received paintings, drawings and photography from Spain, Mexico, Peru, UAE, Qatar, Chile, India, Turkey, Morocco, China, Brazil, the Netherlands, Germany, Pakistan, the Republic of Oman, USA, New Zealand and Syria.
The jury has previously selected 150 finalists and from these 150 works they will choose 30 from each category. The 7 winners will be announced in early October.
There will be a prize for each age group in drawing and painting and for those aged 15-19 also in photography. Congratulations to all the participants.
The contest was divided into three age groups: 5 to 10, 10-15 and 15-18 years. The works were photographed and sent by email before May 15, 2020. The finalist works were selected by our jury made up of our collaborating artists and will be sent by post to the address of our Foundation.The winners of each age group will receive an award from our sponsor ECOALF and all works will be exhibited and sold to raise funds for Covid -19 affected families worldwide through other NGOs with whom we will be collaborating.
Drawings and paintings:
Kico Camacho www.kicocamacho.com
Paulina Parra www.paulinaparra.com
Francesca Marti www.francescamarti.com
Blanca Cuesta www.davidbardia.com/artista/blancacuesta/
Anamaria Chediak www.anamariachediak.com
Maricruz Sanz de Aja www.maricruzsainzdeaja.com
Our Sponsor: ECOALF
ECOALF is a fashion brand that is truly sustainable. Created by Javier Goyeneche in 2009:
"After the birth of my sons, Alfredo and Alvaro - ECOALF is named after them - , I was reflecting upon the world we would leave to the next generation and my frustration with the excessive use of the world’s natural resources.
By integrating breakthrough technology ECOALF create clothing and accessories made entirely from recycled materials…without actually looking like it.” ECOALF represents the fabrics for the future generations.
The History of the ECOALF Foundation is the story of Upcycling the Oceans, an unprecedented global adventure born in the Mediterranean Sea in 2015. The aim is to clean the oceans of marine waste with the help of the fishing industry and to give a second life to plastic waste through recycling and closing the loop. Currently, the ECOALF Foundation together with ECOEMBES and Upcycling the Oceans Thailand, with the support of PTT Global Chemical and the Thai government, is coordinating the Upcycling the Oceans project in Spain and is working on its implementation in other parts of the world. It also collaborates on other projects in the fields of waste management, environmental awareness or research and development with institutions with which it shares common values and objectives. Today we are present in 42 ports collaborating with over 3000 fishermen and taking out more than 500 tons of waste from the bottom of the ocean. Our mission is to continue to replicate this across the rest of the Mediterranean Sea starting in Greece, Italy…
It is not only about upcycling the oceans, but also about fighting on other fronts, especially in the field of prevention through environmental education. The foundation works to increase awareness on the opportunity that the recycling industry represents through presentations to various target groups.
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About Art & Culture without Borders
Art & Culture without Borders, whose founder and president, Soumaya Akbib and Princess Beatrice of Orleans, whose mission is the celebration of our common humanity through art and culture as a link between people of different ethnic backgrounds and religions, through cooperate with other civil society organizations and government intitutions
- The preservation of indigenous traditions and cultures.
- Promote the cultural heritage as a fundamental right because every human being should be able to enjoy, have access to and participate in their cultural heritage.
- Promote cultural freedom and its diversity.
- Organize inter-cultural projects to strengthen the bonds of trust and reconciliation between peoples.
- Defense of culture in a social context with the aim of creating a more harmonious and happy world by collaborating with official institutions and non-governmental organizations.