ARTinfoINDIA.COM’s painting competition for school children titled TITLEE-The Butterfly 2012 and 2013 was successfully organized. We have received an overwhelming response from Schools and Parents. In this competition each group (6 groups) received 1st, 2nd, 3rd prize including Gold, Silver and Bronze medals and 30 commended awards were given to winners. Merit Certificate to 500 participants and Certificate of Participation to all the participants were issued. Exhibitions of selected paintings were held at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi.
In continuation to this, ARTinfoINDIA.COM is glad to announce Peacock - the National Bird as theme for 3rd All India Art Competition for School Children. Which is to depict our love and concern for Peacock - The National Bird through paintings and drawings. This is a one of its kind opportunity to discover the latent talent of budding and upcoming generation through their sincere and creative thoughts about nation.
Our sole aim is to sensitize/motivate/educate young and budding children through art towards the importance of our National Symbols.
All India Level Award and Prizes :
Medal and Award Certificate
1st Award 3 in each group
2nd Award 3 in each group
3rd Award 3 in each group
Commended Award 15 in each group
School Level Award and Prizes: (If School participates with 25 Paintings in a particular Category/Group)
1st Award 1 in each group
2nd Award 1 in each group
3rd Award 1 in each group
15 July-16 August 2014 Please send entry between these dates only.
31-31 August 2014 Judging session by panel of expert judges.
5-6 September 2014 Results will be published at http://www.artinfoindia.com
1 - 30 November 2014
Exhibition of Awarded Paintings at Lobbies of India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi.
Why is peacock the national bird of India?
In 1963, the peacock was declared the National Bird of India because of its rich religious and legendary involvement in Indian traditions. The criteria for this choice were many. The bird must be well-distributed within the country so it could be truly 'NATIONAL'. It must be recognizable to the common man. It must lend itself to formal depiction, i.e. abstract depiction on government publications, etc. It must not be confused with the bird emblem of any other nation. It should be associated with Indian myths and legends. The peacock fit the bill.
There are three types of peacocks exist -- Indian, Green and Congo. Technically, the birds are known as peafowl; peacock refers to the male bird and peahen refers to the female. A peacock typically weighs anywhere from two to 13 pounds and boasts a wingspan of up to 63 inches. Peacocks live for 15 to 20 years.
Every entry must have the following information at the back of the artwork:
- Name of Participant
- Class & Group
- Name of the School and City
- Name of Father or Mother
- Address with PIN CODE
- Mobile No and E-Mail ID
- Entry Fee Ref. No (Cheque / Demand Draft Number or E-Transfer Ref. No)
Entry fee: Rupees 100/- (One Hundred only) PER ENTRY. SEND Cheque/Bank Draft in favor of ARTINFOINDIA COM payable at GURGAON.
(This is not obligatory to send individual ENTRY FEE, if you are a GROUP OF PARTICIPANTS, A CONSOLIDATE Cheque/Bank Draft may be issued for all the participants from same institution)