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Canada International Children’s Art Festival

Canada International Children’s Art Festival

About CICAF

 Mission

The Canada International Children’s Art Festival aims to bring together children from all backgrounds through creative expression. The Festival hopes to encourage children to develop an interest in the arts by providing a public outlet through which they can express themselves. Art is a global language, and it is through this language that children can better engage with the world around them.

History

The Children’s Art Festival was previously known as the Canada International Children’s Art Exhibition, founded in 2002. In the past sixteen years, the exhibition has featured over 10,000 young artists aged 17 and under from across the world. The 2010 Canada International Children’s Art Festival will be the first to be held outdoors at Nathan Phillips Square as well as incorporating the many different facets of artistic expression.

The festival is organized by the Canada International Children’s Art Foundation.

2021 Canada International Children’s Art Festival Theme: Fair

Let all the children in the world have a sense of concern for the environment, love life, and be the master of the future, and express the beautiful world of their hearts through art. The festival’s theme this year, Fair, hopes to emphasize to children the need for a greener lifestyle.

Follow the link to register for 19th CICAF Registration – 2021 …

https://childrenart.ca/English/Registration/

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31 NIGERIAN STUDENTS TO BE CROWNED

31 NIGERIAN STUDENTS TO BE CROWNED IN THE 2014 EDITION OF DSWF, GLOBAL ART AND POETRY AWARD IN LONDON

Thirty-one (31) out of about 300 Nigerian students who participated in the 2014 David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation (DSWF), Global Art and Poetry Competition held in London in February this year have come out distinctively among thousands of their counterparts in the globe. These students have been invited to attend the exhibition and prize-giving ceremony to be held in their honour at the Natural History Museum, London in April, this year. The Competition theme was It’s Our World.

These Nigerian awardees are students from about 10 schools presented for the competition by Peekok YouthARTS Initiatives (PYI), an educational and non governmental organization which is the only representative of David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation in Nigeria and the sole organizer of the competition in Nigeria.

Among the awardees are 10 students from Corona secondary School Agbara Ogun State, 5 students from Dowen College Lagos, 3 students from Aocoed Int’l School, 2 students from Adesoye College Offa, Kwara State, while 3 students excelled from Aocoed College. Other schools whose there students excelled include Queensland Academy Lagos, Rosebud School Asaba, Marble Hill College Asaba, French Village International School Badagry Lagos and Do-Estdots College Lagos.

This 2014 DSWF Global School Arts and Poetry Exhibition and price-giving is one of the highlight of David Shepherd‘s programmes for this year and he is thrilled to meet these young artists and poets as well as their teachers from Nigeria.

The DSWF is a charitable organisation that has been concerned with helping to save critically endangered mammals in the globe for about three decades.This annual children’s competition is part of David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation’s (DSWF) Art for Survival programme and was established in 2004 to encourage young people to express their concern for the environment and, in particular, the endangered species with whom we share our fragile planet, through art.

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