To sensitize, motivate and educate young Indians towards the importance of national symbols through art, artinfoindia.com has launched 6th All India Art Competition. The theme of this year’s competition is ‘Colours of National Symbol’.
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Last date to submit application is July 31, 2017. To check the eligibility and application procedures follow the proceedings:
School going students from preparatory class to 10th grade can send their entries at individual or group level.
Winners of the competition will be awarded with 1 gold, 1silver, 1 bronze and 5 commended awards on every 100 paintings. Every participant will receive certificates; selected 300 paintings will be exhibited in India Habitat Centre, New Delhi.
Participation fee of individual entrant is of INR 200 per entry and INR 100 per entry for group participation. Minimum 11 entries and maximum 50 entries are expected in a group.
Applications are attended offline at Kishor Shanker, H. NO. 430 (FF), Sector-9, Gurgaon 122001, Ph. 8076937594 or Roop Chand, National Art Centre, (Near Plot No. 258), Udyog Vihar Phase- IV, Gurgaon- 122015.
Candidates can draw, paint or make collage. Candidates are not permitted to paste 3D material on artwork. Entries are to be made on paper in the following dimensions:
• A3- 420 mm x 297 mm
• A4- 297 mm x 210 mm
• Paper of standard sketch book.
Group entrants are required to provide following information at the back of their artwork:
• Name of Participant
• Class & Group
• Participation Fee Ref. No (Cheque/Draft No., E Transfer No.)
• Rubber Stamp of the Institute
Individual entrants are required to provide following information at the back of their artwork:
• Name of the participant
• Category/ Group
• Name of the school and city
• Name of the father/ mother
• Address with PIN Code
• Mobile No. and Email ID
• Entry Fee Ticket No.
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