Red Cross Want Your Take on the World That We Live In

Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland), January 22, 2004 | Go to article overview
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Red Cross Want Your Take on the World That We Live In


MANY of the greatest works of art of our time have been comments on the state of humanity.

Picasso's paintings, John Lennon's songs and Steven Spielberg's films all focus on the world or society in some manner.

Now you are getting the chance to win prizes by doing the same.

The British Red Cross are running a competition through their General Youth Awareness Programme which invites young people aged 13 to 19 to submit ideas and works of art on the theme of ''Humanity In Focus''.

The best entries will be displayed both on the Red Cross website and at the Humanity In Focus conference, taking place in London on March 23.

Overall winners (first, second and third in each category) will have awards presented at the conference. Prizes include cinema and theatre tickets, a day trip to London visiting the British Red Cross headquarters, books, and a range of fancy cameras.

You may submit work in any kind of medium, whether photography, poetry, design, painting, sculpture, stories, essays, film, video, music, graphics, plays or performance as long as it is transportable!

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