Toyota Dream Car Art Contest -2019

Toyota Lanka announces the drawing competition 2019 for school children. This art drawing competition winner will travel to Japan with their parents.

The competitions drawings will accepted till 31st January 2019.

  • The drawings must be produced In A3 {297mm x 420mm) paper size.
  • Applications and competition details are available from dreamcar.lk your school or any People’s Bank Branch
  • The entries can be sent by post or handed over to any Toyota Lanka Branch or People’s Bank Branch before 31st of January 20i9

For more details about the Dream Car Art Contest  contact 0777 939 000 | 0112 944 750 or see below ad image

Toyota Dream Car Art Contest -2019

Europen Union Women Day Poster competitions – Submits before 30th April 2015

On the occasion of International Women’s Day (8 March) we invite amateur and professional artists to participate in a poster competition.

Submit your posters on one of following themes:

  1. Women in public life
  2. Women’s economic empowerment
  3. Stop gender based violence
  4. The role of women in reconciliation

This competition is open to artists between the two age groups: youth below 18 years and adults 19 years and above residing in Sri Lanka and the Maldives.

All entries should be received by 30 April 2015

For more information visit: www.facebook.com/EUDel.Srilanka.Maldives

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Europen Union Women Day Poster competitions – Submits before 30th April 2015
Europen Union Women Day Poster competitions – Submits before 30th April 2015

Reveal Show by AOD Student on 13th & 14th September 2014

REVEAL is an undergraduate show presented by AOD and Northumbria University of UK. REVEAL 2014 presents the finest contemporary work in Fashion, Interior Design, Graphic Design as well as Photography.

Be amongst the first to view the exhibition and meet the hottest new design talent in town.

13th and 14th September 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Walk in Free at Park Street Mews Warehouse, 50/1, Park Street, Colombo 2.

For more information call 5867772/3 or

visit 29, Lauries Road, Colombo 4 (Between 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.), or hit www.aod.lk or see below image

Reveal Show by AOD Student on 13th & 14th September 2014
Reveal Show by AOD Student on 13th & 14th September 2014

Wildlife Photographic Competition for 65th Anniversary of the Department of Wildlife Conservation

Department of Wildlife Conservation organised an wildlife photographic competition Held to mark the 65th Anniversary of the Department of Wildlife Conservation this Wildlife Photographic Competition Open Section and School Section.

A decision has been taken to hold wildlife photographic competition to mark the 65th Anniversary of the Department of Wildlife Conservation.

Any Sri Lankan and school children can participate at this competition and submit only 04 wildlife photos containing natural wildlife splendour and activities either in black & white or colour.

All photos should have been taken in National Parks, sanctuaries or wildlife protected areas in Sri Lanka and should not be digitally altered. If necessary, either the negative or a scanned image CD should be submitted along with the photos.

The length of photo should be between 12″ and 18″ while the width should be between 8″ and 12”. Photos should not be submitted either in mounted positions. The reverse top left corner of the photo should be marked the applicants name as given in the application, address title and serial number. A short description on the wildlife locations, the camera and the lenses, should be submitted.

The ownership of all the photos should be of the applicant and should not have been submitted to any other photographic competition earlier. The department will use the selected photos for media and Publicity Purposes.

All photographs should either be sent by post or personally delivered to the Director General, Department of Wildlife Conservation. The top left corner of the cover containing the photographs should be marked “Wildlife Photographic Competition 2014” Entries received after the relevant date will not be accepted and the Department shall not be responsible for any damages caused in the mail.

This is an open and non fee levying competition and any officer or member of his family, serving in institutes functioning under the Ministry of Wildlife recourse conservation No. 811/A, Jayanthipura, Battaramulla is not permitted to participate in this competition.

The Competition will be evaluated under a formal panel of judges to select winner and the decision of the panel of judges will be the final. Prizes and certificates will also be awarded to first, second and third place winners while 10 merit certificates will also be awarded. Official results will be notified to winners by post.

Last date of acceptance of Photographs 05.09.2014
Photo judging 12.09.2014
Award Ceremony 01.10.2014 at the Department of Wildlife Conservation

 

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Wildlife Photographic Competition for 65th Anniversary of the Department of Wildlife Conservation
Wildlife Photographic Competition for 65th Anniversary of the Department of Wildlife Conservation

NHDA’s World Habitat Day Art & Essay competition for schoolchildren

The National Housing Development Authority (NHDA) invites schoolchildren islandwide to participate in an Art and Essay competition launched to mark World Habitat Day, which falls on October 6, 2014.

It is a special day for nature lovers. Under the themes of, ‘Environment protects us’, ‘Revamping settlements’ and ‘Settlements-environment and our future will be brighter’; students can submit their entries an artwork or an essay. Applicants could also select one or more of the themes.

Artworks should be 17” x 22” in size, and any colours such as pastels, water colours or pencils can be used, while for the Essay competition, entries can be sent in Sinhala, Tamil or English. Entries from students from Grades 6 to 9 should not exceed 300 words, while those from Grades 10 to 13 should submit essays not exceeding 500 words.

The winner will receive Rs 10,000 along with an award and a certificate, the 1st Runner- up will receive Rs 7,500, an award and a certificate, and the 2nd Runner- up Rs 5,000, with an award and certificate. Five consolation prizes of Rs 2,000 each is also on offer.

Applications for the competitions can be obtained from NHDA District Offices island wide. All entries should be certified by the Principal of the relevant school and addressed to: The Deputy General Manager (Information & Publicity), National Housing Development Authority, 7th Floor, Sir Chittampalam A. Gardiner Mawatha, Colombo 2. Closing date for entries is September 12, 2014. For further information please contact 011 2 389 513 / 011 2 447 207

Photography competition for schoolchildren – Submit on or before September 15, 2014

Schools, especially school media societies islandwide, are invited to apply for a photography competition and exhibition organized by the Ministry of Education.

Minister Bandula Gunawardena is seen here with South Korean ambassador to Sri Lanka, Chang Won- Sam at the opening ceremony

A circular in this regard has been sent by Education Ministry Secretary Anura Dissanayake to all Provincial Education Secretaries, Provincial Education Directors, Zonal Education Directors and school Principals.

According to the Education Ministry, the photography competition will be conducted according to standards set by the Photographic Society of Sri Lanka, with government and government approved private school students being eligible to apply for the competition.

The theme of the competition is “Our World As I See It”, and will fall under two categories, members of a school media society and non-members. The two age groups are below 16 years and below 21 years. Applicants should be below the age stipulated when submitting the application. A contestant can submit a maximum of four photographs.

All photographs should be digital and in jpeg/srgp modes, and should be submitted in CD or a DVD. Software such as photoshop is prohibited, while watermarks or signatures are not permitted.

Application forms and further photo requirements are stated in the Education Ministry’s website or, contact the Director of Co-curricular Activities, Guidance and Counseling & Peace Education branch of the Education Ministry.

Students are requested to submit genuine photographs, as copying from the internet or any other source will be disqualified.

Closing date for applications is September 15, 2014. Winners will be awarded medals and certificates along with consolation prizes. A special certificate will be awarded for the best monochrome photograph.

“The purpose of this competition is to promote photography as a hobby among schoolchildren. This also enhances creativity among students and to choose a career as professional photographers,” Mr. Dissanayake said.

The Pixel Prize photography competition for Sri Lanka is back in 2014 – Apply before 1st August 2014

Open exclusively to 0/L and A/L students from Sri Lankan High Schools. Australian Catholic University is committed to fostering and empowering young people to engage in the Visual Arts.

Visit the website for information on theme, prizes, and to enter the competition. http://www.thepixelprize.com.au/

Application closing date will be 1st August 2014.

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The Pixel Prize photography competition for Sri Lanka is back in 2014 – Apply before 1st August 2014
The Pixel Prize photography competition for Sri Lanka is back in 2014 – Apply before 1st August 2014