Earth Day Youth Art Contest
Are you creative? Artistic? Inspired by nature?
Do you love drawing, painting, sculpting, writing, or expressing yourself through art in any way? Do you love the Eastern Sierra, and have great appreciation for the Earth?
We are calling on you to celebrate Earth Day with Eastern Sierra Land Trust and our eastside community for the month of April by creating art centered around the Earth!
Earth Day is an annual, globally recognized day dedicated to the awareness of environmental efforts, concerns, and collective activism for issues such as climate change, global warming, and conservation needs. We want to encourage everyone to celebrate this day through not only our actions, but our creative expression as well, knowing that art can contribute to the growing respect, appreciation, and essential change for our natural environment on a local to global scale.
So inspire your community with your art this April! Let your art describe your relationship to the Eastern Sierra while capturing, describing, or answering what this question means to you:
How does Earth take care of us, and how can we take care of Earth in return?
Please read the following details & guidelines:
Who: This art contest is open to 5th-12th graders from Inyo & Mono Counties (from Lone Pine to Bridgeport). The three winners will receive a prize to be announced!
When: Open to submissions until Friday, April 30th.
Along with your art, please include:
- Your name
- The title of your art
- A short description of how your art captures the question, or what Earth Day means for you and the Eastern Sierra
- Email address or phone number of contact
- Your grade
- To submit, email us a scanned copy of your art, or a clear picture with sufficient resolution along with the details to .
- One entry per student. If you submit more than one piece of artwork, we will not be able to count either submission unless you specify that you eliminate one.
- The art can be 2D, 3D, and any medium or multimedia.
- Three winning pieces of artwork will be decided by three ESLT chosen judges and will be contacted by the given information upon being chosen after April 30th!
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Please check back soon for new opportunities to get out, explore, and get involved in our conservation efforts here in the Eastern Sierra.