18 Oct Art Competition “China in My Eyes”
We are pleased to inform you that UCD Confucius Institute, endorsed by the Chinese Embassy in Ireland, is organising an art competition entitled ‘China in My Eyes’ for Irish students from primary and secondary schools. Please find the attached details for the competition and hope you would be interested in promoting and circulating this email among your students and art teachers.
Please don’t hesitate to contact Mr Yu Wang (firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com> ) should you have any queries on the competition.
Irish Institute for Chinese Studies | UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland
University College Dublin Belfield | Dublin 4 | Ireland Tel: +353 1 716 3000 | Fax: +353 1 716 3030
- 2018 “China in My Eyes” Art Competition
for Irish Primary and Secondary School Students
1. Theme of the Competition: China in My Eyes
“In your eyes, what is China? Is it the Great Wall? A giant panda? A speedy bullet train? Or maybe just a plate of steaming dumplings… Please pick up your paint brush, reveal what China is like, and share your ideas with us.”
The Art Competition is
Hosted by: The Embassy of The People’s Republic of China in Ireland
Organised by: UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland
Supported by: Irish Association for Chinese Teaching
3. Competition Entry
The deadline for all the entries is 10th of November 2018.
All entrants must be Irish primary or secondary school students.
Entry to the competition is free.
The competition is divided into two age groups: primary school students and secondary school students.
Each entrant should provide one original piece of artwork to the UCD Confucius Institute.
4. Entry Requirements
The size of the artwork should be within the range of A3 and A4.
Entries should be submitted in flat format and should remain within the specified size guidelines. Framed entries will not be accepted under any circumstances.
The artwork should be a hand-drawn original piece, displayed on paper or canvas. There is no limitation or requirement with regard to the style of the artwork.
The artwork must be accompanied by the following information (marked on the back of the artwork): name and age of the entrant, title of the artwork, and a short introduction to the artwork (no more than 50 words).
The artwork will NOT be returned to the entrants. The copyright will belong to the UCD Confucius Institute. Some of the artwork will be used in future non-profit exhibitions organised by the Institute or associated organisations. In the event of such exhibitions, each piece of art will bare the name of its creator.