Dear friends, in cooperation with the I.P. Kavaleridze museum, artist Andrey Kulagin and journalist, social activist Olena Tsarenko, the Charitable foundation "United World Cultures" announces a children drawing competition "Like a Cossacks..."
The purpose of the Competition is to popularize Ukrainian culture among young people, in particular the works of V. Dahno - artist, director and scriptwriter of short animated films about Zaporozhian Cossacks Gary, Tour and Oko.
The authors of the work can be children aged 6 to 18 years.
The competition starts on February 1, 2018 and until February 28, 2018. During this period, competitive works are accepted. Announcement of the results of the competition, the exhibition of drawings, the presentation of prizes will be announced in social networks, as well as on the site of the fund.
Requirements for work:
A4 size, without a frame. On the reverse side of the competition work is necessary to write information: the name of the work, the name, surname and age of the author, telephone, address of the contact person (parents, guardian or other representative).
The artwork done with using computer programs, as well as collages, is not accepted for consideration.
Participation in the Competition accepts only individual works, collective drawings for the competition are not accepted. Works must be performed without the direct assistance of unauthorized persons.
One participant can submit only one creative work to the competition.
Delivery of creative works on the competition
Each work is delivered on post and mail address.
By e-mail: scan copy (photo) of the drawing at email@example.com.
Requirement for a scan copy - A4 size, 300 dpi, colorful.
The original work must be sent by mail or by yourself at the address: 03067 Ukraine, Kiev, Garmatna st, 8, Charitable Foundation "United World Cultures".
Definition and rewarding of the winners
The winners are determined by the professional jury of the competition. The Internet community chooses the work, the author of which will receive a prize of audience sympathies.
If you have any questions, please call: (044) 331 41 38