On December the 15th, the opening ceremony of Arts For The Future 2020 International Student Art Contest was held in Google San Francisco. At the opening ceremony, the basic information of the contest, the arrangement of the contest system, participating organizations and guests were introduced.
Arts For The Future 2020 International Student Art Contest is an international art contest hosted by Arts For The Future, organized by the Innovative Bay, supported by the Peninsula Museum of Art and other organizations.
Host Tammy is presenting the details of the contest
The contest aims to explore the artistic potential of art students all over the world, promote cultural exchanges in various regions of the world and provide a platform for young people who love art to exchange learning and show artistic talent.
Renowned watercolor artist Gary Bukovnik is giving a speech
Renowned watercolor artist Gary Bukovnik was invited to the opening ceremony. He said that art is a language for the whole world, through which art lovers from different countries and regions can have better communication. He encouraged art-loving teenagers to never give up art.
Artist and art educator Maria Zhalnina is giving a speech
Arts For The Future 2018-19 International Student Art Contest has received more than 30,000 entries from 32 countries, including China, the United States, the United Kingdom, India and Canada, etc. The professionalism and authority of the contest has been widely recognized in the industry.
Arts For The Future is also a partner of many universities and organizations, including Stanford University, NASA, etc. This year’s art contest will present all participants a special customized Arts For The Future x NASA T-shirt.
Arts For The Future 2020 International Student Art Contest is for students who love art. Participants will be divided into four groups according to age: Group 1(ages 5 and under), Group 2 (ages 6 to 9), Group 3 (ages 10 to 13) and Group 4 (ages 14 to 18). All entries should be original and the work media may include: pencil, charcoal, crayon, gouache, watercolor, propylene, oil painting, mixed materials, etc.
The entries will be graded in the following four parts: creativity, skill, color and expression. Excellent award-winning works will be published in the world-renowned media, ABC, NBC, CBS, etc., and will be exhibited in Google San Francisco in the summer of 2020.
Arts For The Future 2020 International Student Art Contest officially started on December the 15th, 2019 and will end on May the 15th, 2020. Participants can register at the official website of the contest (www.artscontest.org).