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Announcing The 2017 Peace Pals International Art Exhibition & Awards Contest


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   20th Annual ~ 2017

Peace Pals International
Art Exhibition & Awards

Nature for All ~ Loving the Earth
Inspire Love of Nature by connecting with

and sharing your love of nature.

Contest is Open for Registration
Deadline to Receive Artwork: July 30, 2017


Nature for All ~ Loving the Earth
2017 Theme


Youth age 5 – 16 are invited to submit their artwork to 
The 20th Annual Peace Pals International Art Exhibition
and Awards.


2017 Theme and Message
Nature for All ~ Loving the Earth

This year our theme is co-created with #NatureForAll a project of IUCN. #NatureForAll is a global movement to inspire a new generation of thinkers and doers across all sectors of society to connect with nature and take action to support its conservation. At its core is a very simple idea: the more people experience, connect with, and share their love of nature, the more support there will be for its conservation.


Rules are Simple!

Artwork must follow the theme “Nature for All ~ Loving the Earth” and must include the message, “May Peace Prevail On Earth” in English and/or your Native Language. All drawings must be done by children, including the writing of May Peace Prevail On Earth.

Rules are available in English, Deutsch and Español.

Français bientôt disponible.

Every child will receive a certificate of participation by registering online and uploading their artwork. 

Winners and Finalist will receive great prizes and certificates.
Deadline to receive artwork:  July 30, 2017


This year we are joined by IUCN CEC, IUCN CEESP, DiversEarth, Bella Gaia and The Fuji Declaration in celebration of the 20th anniversary of Peace Pals International Art & Exhibition Awards.






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