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Submission deadline extended for children's visual art competition 'Land of Turquoise'

The competition is organised by the Cultural Development Fund.

Ahram Online , Saturday 9 Nov 2019
(Photo: fragment from the competition poster's artwork)
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The Cultural Development Fund announced the extension of the deadline for submissions to Ard Fairouz (Land of Turquoise), a visual art competition for children.

Submissions are open until the end of November through the online application.

In its fifth edition, the competition welcomes drawings, photography, sculptures, and calligraphy. Competitors aged between five and 16 are granted the right to use technology in their works.

The works should be produced in 2019 and reflect on the theme expressed in the competition's title.

Children who hold Egyptian nationality can submit a maximum of three works, each representing a different section of the competition.

Two-dimensional works (such as drawing on paper and photography) should not exceed the size of 150cm x 150cm.

Three-dimensional works (such as sculpture) should not exceed the size of of 100cm x 100cm x 100cm.


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