DRAWING & PAINTING
RULES FOR DRAWING & PAINTING:
◆ Submissions (Paintings/Drawings) can be in any medium including crayons, watercolors or pastels.
◆ Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, our rules have changed temporarily.
◆ Students should produce their own artwork based on the given theme. For this year the theme is ‘Think Green
◆ All paintings/drawings should be clearly marked with student’s full name, age, class, city, country and nationality
◆ RSI Global Art Competition will take place at all schools (Public and Private).
◆ Completed registration forms are required for all final entries.
Further information about RSI Global Art Competition 2022 – 2023 can be found here.
To verify that this work was conducted and completed by the students themselves teachers should submit six (6) photographs of the progress of their work at different stages of progression.
• Phase 1: at the beginning, showing evidence of initial concept
• Phase 2: in the middle, showing clear progression in the development of the idea
• Phase 3: at the end, showing evidence of the completed project, ready for final submission
Teachers should submit the evidence along with the final outcome, by filing the artwork submission form.
Application Form for students with additional needs
Each entry should be not smaller than A3 (42×29.7cm) size paper and upto A2 (42×59.4cm) size paper.
PROCEDURES TO BE FOLLOWED BY:
ALL schools participating in the RSI ART AWARD 2022 – 2023
◆ RSI Art Award to be held in each school, in appropriate premises, with full provision of necessary materials requested by students.
◆ Competition is a maximum of 2 hours.
◆ Schools must provide photographic and or video evidence supported by documentation signed by head teachers and stamped to ensure the integrity of the competition.
|Registration opens||1st October – 2022|
|Submission deadline||February 2023|
|Judging||March – 2023|
|Winner Announcement||May – 2023|
|Using materials in an efficient way||25|
|Clarity of idea in the completed work||25|
|Quality of final work||25|
◆ Prizes are given for first place and runner up winners of each age group.
◆ RSI will provide digital certificates to final and winning participants.
◆ Winners will be showcased on the RSI websites and social media throughout the year.
◆ To encourage student creativity.
◆ To increase artistic awarness in schools.
◆ To enable talented students to communicate through the field of Art.
AGE GROUPS :
◆ 9 – 11
◆12 – 14
◆15 – 16
◆17 – 18
Each school will submit 3 art pieces per Age Group.
Totalling to a maximum of 12 final pieces per school.