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President Christine Johnstone announces the Soroptimist International South East Asia Pacific Living with Nature art competition.  This Federation wide competition is open to students from age 6 to 18.

The art competition will enable students through visual arts to amplify their voice for change. ANNOUNCEMENT EXTENDED DATES

The Art competition will amplify students voices, they will be able to visually tell their concerns, ideas and throughs through visual art. The art competition will creatively engage and promote environmental change through the students art work.
Participation in the art competition will be via clubs. Clubs are encouraged to hold a "Living with Nature" art competition in their community. Clubs will promote and engage with schools and students. Clubs will need to hold a competition, judge submitted entries and announce category winners. The winning entries will be forwarded to HQ for Federation wide judging. The Federation will promote the art works and announce the winners of each category on World Environment Day 5th of June. Clubs will need to provide a certificate/ award at their Club level.

Participation in the art competition will showcase a students artistic skills, whilst allowing the students to enage and promote enviornment issues and their ideas on what they see as the cause, effect and solution.


1 February 2023   Competition launches

15 May 2023  Club / Regional competition closes

1 – 30th June 2023  Club / Regional announce their winner

15 July 2023  Closing date to send club /regional winners art work to HQ

10-24 October 2023  Federation Announcement of Winners (During Climate Action period)


Clubs are encouraged to engage and promote this art competition, which is open from the 1st February to the 10 October 2023.   pdf Download the toolkit here (502 KB)  


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