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Eco Arts Awards – Visionary Innovations Using Ecology

Eco Arts Awards is an annual competition to encourage more visionary innovations using ecology as a theme in six creative genres. While ecology is about recycling, and using re-purposed materials, it is also about social justice, living harmoniously, being better stewards of our planet, repair, mend, and fix, not only our environment but probably first and foremost ourselves? The meaning of ecology is infinite, the quest is vital.

Literally anyone with artistic talent in the suggested creative mediums is eligible to enter.

The Eco Arts Awards are offering a total of $6,000 in cash or $1,000 for the first place winner in each category.

Visionary Innovations Using Ecology

Eco Arts Awards is an annual competition to encourage more visionary innovations using ‘Ecology‘ as a theme in six distinct creative mediums: Fine Art, Functional Art, Photography, Songwriting, Poetry/Literature, and Short Videos.

The definition of ecology is: “the interrelationship between all organisms and their environments.

All entries will be judged first and foremost on its thematic originality, secondarily on the specific qualities unique to its category and or genre. Please read the jurors comments for each category.

$1,000 in Each Category

There is a one thousand dollar cash award for the first place winner in each of the above categories. There will also be a People’s Choice vote from the ten finalists in each of those categories.

Eco Arts Awards Requirements

  • Literally anyone with artistic talent in the above creative mediums is eligible to enter. Eco Arts Awards anticipate getting professionals and amateurs artists of all ages.
  • You can enter as many different works as you wish.

How to Enter the Eco Arts Awards?

Submit your entries through Eco Arts Awards’ official website.

Entry fee

The “Early Bird” entry fee is $25, if you submit your work(s) prior to 30 September 2011. After 30th September the regular entry fee is $30. The final deadline will be 30 November 2011.