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12th Annual International Kids Art Contest
Announcing the 12th Annual International Children's Art Contest!, Our theme is Protecting Endangered Species hosted by Frogs Are Green
By: Frogs Are Green Inc.
Announcing the 12th Annual International Children's Art Contest!
Hosted by Frogs Are Green
This year's theme is "Protecting Endangered Species."
As always, we hope children will be inspired and express what is most important to them. Whether it is about protecting rainforests, endangered species, air quality, or just wanting to be healthy as we continue to battle the covid-19 pandemic, we look forward to your submissions.
We will award winners in these age groups: 3-6, 7-9, 10-12, 13-18. We also add categories based on what we receive, such as: Best 3D; Best Environmental;
Deadline for submissions is: December 31, 2021 and the winners will be announced by January 31, 2021. The winners will be featured in a blog post. Many of the submitted artworks are shared online, through our website, social media and in awareness materials.
1st Place Prizes:
The 1st place winners in each age group will receive these prizes: The custom designed "Frogs Are Green" Strawesome glass straw; their winning artwork on a t-shirt provided by Big Frog Custom Shirts; and copies of Frogs Are Green's books.
To enter the contest, you join the kids art contest group (and the right age group) on Flickr and just upload your high resolution entries. Each child can submit up to 3 artworks. Teachers can upload student's work and parents can upload their children's work. If you are in a country where you cannot view Flickr, you can email your digital image to Frogs Are Green along with the child's name, age and state/country, and we will add the image to the group. If you wish to see all the images in the gallery, you must join Flickr.
Each entry MUST INCLUDE the Child's Full Name, Age, and State/Country (and a caption if you like) or your submission cannot be judged. Be sure your entry is facing upright and NOT sideways! You can easily edit and turn an artwork around once it's on Flickr.
We look forward to your entries!
Susan Newman Lerer, Founder