Organization : Indiaart
Competition Name : Khula Aasmaan Children’s Art Contest 2015
Applicable For : Children between age 5 to 15
Applicable States/UT : All India
Competition Last Date : 30th November 2015
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Khula Aasmaan Children’s Art Contest 2015:
City of my Dreams:
Draw or paint how you want your village or town or city to be. Let your imagination soar. Look at your town from within or from above and sketch or paint the town of your dreams.
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Draw or paint the fascinating aspects of India. It could be one or many. It could be a place or people or festivals – whatever fascinates you about India.
My Journey into Outer Space:
Take a ride into a spaceship and reach for the stars. Travel to distant galaxies. Draw or paint what you would see. Do not base your drawings or paintings on photographs of outer space. Use your imagination to visualise how the outer space, distant planets, stars and galaxies would look like.
My Favourite Things:
Draw or paint what you like to do the most – play football, ride a bicycle, go to a movie, read a book, take a train ride to your grandparent’s place, have an ice-cream or whatever you like.
You are free to submit artwork on any theme of your choice other than the themes mentioned above.
Terms & Conditions:
** There is no Entry Fee to participate.
** Children between age 5 to 15 can participate. Open to children of all Indian citizens, NRIs and PIOs.
** There are 5 themes. Each child can submit images for any one or all themes.
** Maximum 5 images per theme can be submitted.
** The original artwork size should be either A4 or A3.
** The artworks can be created using any medium as desired by the child such as pencil, crayons, watercolours, ink, poster colours, acrylic colours, oil colours. You may use any of the medium singly or in combination, as desired. The base can be paper or canvas. It is important that the artwork is an original creation and not a copy. It is also important that the artwork is entirely created by the child artist.
** From the entries received, about 100 artworks will be selected for an exhibition, the schedule for which will be announced subsequently. The children whose artworks get selected for the exhibition will be intimated by email and will be asked to send the original artwork. They will also be required to pay a participation fee. Children with special needs as well as from weaker economic background will be exempt from participation fees.
** www.indiaart.com will also run a special online exhibition titled “Khula Aasmaan” showing all the shortlisted artworks. This collection will be available on www.indiaart.com at all times.
** Indiaart is planning to print a catalog which will carry images of all the artworks selected for the show. Along with the image of each artwork, the name of the child artist, name
** of the art teacher and school will be mentioned.
** Indiaart will create a dedicated web page for each child artist whose artwork gets selected for “Khula Aasmaan”
** Gold, Silver and Bronze medals
** Honourable Mention Certificates
** Participation Certificates
1st September 2015 : Submission of entries begins. Entries can be submitted online on www.indiaart.com or by way of sending a CD or pen drive to Indiaart.
30th November 2015 : Last date for submitting images of artworks on www.indiaart.com
15th December 2015 : Intimation to selected child artists for participation in “Khula Aasmaan”
31st December 2015 : Last date for receiving original artworks for shortlisted entries of “Khula Aasmaan”