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Issue# 80   |  25/09/2020
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Wave - The Little Art's Newsletter
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ArtBeat Digital - National Child Art Competition Aotearoa
New Zealand

Dear ,

The ArtBeat Digital National Art Competition is a Digital Only competition of child art with a focus on participatory approach for children and youth.

Its vision is to promote visual culture, understanding of issues among children and youth from their own perspective and present children’s view as a point of discourse to the community. It celebrates children and youth as artists.

The artworks will be preserved on Google Cultural Institute, and submissions are open for under 18 children.

You can make Painting, Drawing and/or Digital Art and submit online for digital showcase. 

Children will be represented as artists, along with their schools in the exhibition. Participating children will also be invited to speacial online sessions with the distinguished artists and jury members. 

Be part of finest showcase of child art from New Zealand!
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Supported by the Distinguished Artists from New Zealand and International as Jury

With a shared vision, ArtBeat is supported by the artists from New Zealand and International Jury. This group of artists are advising on the project, and will be looking at all the artworks submitted. The winners and final exhibition will be curated by the Jury as well.

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Theme: Diversity / Inclusion

Diversity is composed of differing elements or qualities, which makes us unique. Just see how many colors, kinds of birds and animals, toys and buildings and languages we have around us. Understanding and celebrating diversity promotes coexistence, inclusion and social cohesion, ensuring people feel welcome through our behaviours and social norms.

We invite you to explore diversity and inclusion in your own unique ways through the following topics, and express through artworks;

Cultural | Natural | Colors | Languages | Gender | Religion | Ethnic

Young artists are encouraged to think and paint unconventional ideas, using colors which are unusual and unique.

About the Organisers & Supporter

The Little Art is a non-profit arts education organization that uses the medium of art to promote social values among children and young adults.
The Peace Foundation (Foundation for Peace Studies Aotearoa/New Zealand) offers innovative and quality programmes, services and resources that are used in many schools, homes and communities – both in New Zealand and overseas.
Doc Edge The Academy Awards® qualifying international documentary film festival held annually in Auckland and Wellington.
FADAA is a non-for-profit platform which offers meaningful connections between art patrons and artists, staging encounters & supporting transformative possibilities for all.

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