Student Art Contest: Climate, Sustainability, and STEAM

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What does climate change look like to you? How is our changing climate reflected in art?

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What does climate change look like to you? How is our changing climate reflected in art? How does it influence the mediums you work with or create? How is it affecting the world around you? What observations have you made from working with changing mediums?

We are looking for creative pieces at the nexus of art and science- as art not only communicates climate science, but acts as a vital way of observing and documenting our changing climate. Submissions will be showcased as part of the third-annual Global Climate Action Symposium. More information is available here.

 

Contest Details

College students may submit a photo, scan in artwork (painting, drawing, collage, etc.), send mp3 files of music, share video files, or take a picture of a three-dimensional piece. Submission deadline: August 15.

 

Submissions are free. Only one submission per contestant. High resolution photos must be submitted with a fifty words or fewer caption. Captions should be in English and may include foreign language captions as well.

 

Additional information is available here.

About the Global Climate Action Symposium:

The third-annual Global Climate Action Symposium will bring together a wide range of experts to showcase climate change solutions informed by local and global scientists, engineers, business and policy experts, student leaders, and artists. Jointly sponsored by Georgia Tech and 6 European consulates during European Climate Diplomacy Week, the event will be held in a hybrid in-person and virtual format. Visit the event webpage here.

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School of History and Sociology Student Blog

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HSOC Blog, contests, sustainability, art
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  • Created By: Kayleigh Haskin
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  • Created On: May 26, 2021 - 11:07am
  • Last Updated: May 26, 2021 - 11:07am