Theme : Lead with compassion – Bringing Peace to the world through one child at a time.
Contest rules & Regulations : Artwork to be submitted by latest 15 November 2022
- The theme for the artwork is "Lead with Compassion "
- Open to students who will be 11, 12 or 13 years on November 15, 2022 (ie eligible birth
dates are November 16, 2008 – November 15, 2011).
- Artwork must not be smaller than 33cm x 50cm or larger than 50cm x 60cm. Do not mat or frame artwork.
- One entry per student and entry must be the work by one student.
- Artwork must be student's original creation, no duplications will be accepted.
- All media is accepted (chalk, charcoal and pastel artwork is to be sealed with a fixative spray to prevent smearing). Do not laminate entries.
- Three-dimensional entries are not accepted. Nothing should be glued, stapled or attached to the artwork in any way
- No lettering or numbering is to be placed on the front of the artwork. All Artist's signatures or initials are to be written on the back of the artwork.
- Artwork should be done on a flexible material so it can be rolled for shipping in a mailing tube. Do not fold artwork.
- Posters must meet all the criteria as outlined in the contest rules and regulations. Posters not meeting these specifications will be disqualified.
- Judges will evaluate posters on three criteria
o Artistic Method
o Expression of the theme 'Lead with Compassion'
- At the International level, the winning poster is to be sent with other posters from around the world, to the Lions International Head Quarters for the final judging.
- The International Grand prize winner receives a trip to the USA together with 2 family members, (one being the winner's parent or legal guardian) together with a cash prize of US $5000.00 (or local equivalent), plus an award.
- There will also be 23 international merit award winners each receiving a cash prize of US$500.00 plus a certificate of achievement.