U.S.-China Environmental Education Foundation Successfully Held Its First International Art Contest with the Theme of Nature and People

On August 15, 2021, the U.S.-China Environmental Education Foundation (UCEEF) hosted its first international art contest on the topic of “Nature and People” with a focus on the essential relationship between humans and nature. In cooperation with the Sharron Art Center and supported by US Education Management, this competition inspired students to be creative and to reflect on the importance of sustainability and the critical role that the environment plays in our lives. The competition was open to students who were between 7 and 18 years old, and who believed that artwork can remind people to think about the relationship between nature and humans, therefore inspiring more people to join UCEEF in promoting environmental protection.

The UCEEF Nature and People International Art Contest was judged and awarded under two age groups: one from 7 to 12 years old and another from 13 to 18 years old. The submittals were from all around the world, including the USA, UK, China, Canada, New Zealand.

The awardee list of the winning and featured art pieces of the UCEEF Nature and People International Art Contest are as follows:

Age Group 7-12:

First Prize: Jane Tang

Second Prize: Emily Kalna

Third Prize: Angela Huang

Featured Prize: Ananya Rao

Age Group 13-18:

First Prize: Sarah Jiang

Second Prize: Sarah Yan, Wenrui Zhang

Third Prize: Xintong Yu, Juntang Chen, Erin Chiang, Tracy Huang

Featured Prize: Shenhan Qiu, Serena Zheng, Mingjie Gao, Hudson Liu


Art Work Showcase: https://uceef.org/en/art-competition/art-work-showcase/

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