Children Art Contest now attracts more than 2500 entries per year and we offer both shortlisted and winning children exposure and promotion through our exhibitions and website.
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Shanker Art Foundation organises a theme based ‘Children Art Contest’ every year with a sole objective to provide Talented Children and Amazing Young Artists with the platform to explore their creative talent and exhibit their concerns, thoughts and stories on a drawing sheet, which otherwise remain constrained to their individual schools and the notice boards.
Shanker Art Foundation invites children of classes Preliminary to Senior Secondary from Schools, Art Institutes, Hobby Centres etc. spread PAN India to submit their Original Artworks filled with ideas that describe their understanding of the theme-based topic and are encouraged to express their feelings and take on same. Individual children can also partake in the event.
Moreover, this art contest is not about winning a prize but also about sharing the prodigy talent with the much larger community.
So far the Shanker Art Foundation and ARTinfoINDIA COM has organised seven such contest like Titlee -The Butterfly in 2012, Titlee-The Butterfly in 2013, Peacock-The National Bird in 2014, Lotus-The National Flower in 2015, Tiger-The National Animal in 2016, Colours of National Symbols in 2017, Colours of National Symbols in 2018 and My Favourite Festival 2019
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