Art Prompts

1. Create a poster for Earth Day to inspire others to protect Earth. You could
even include a catchy slogan.

2. Use this year’s Earth Day theme ‘Invest in our Planet’ to create your artwork.

3. Describe the word “sustainability” through your artwork.

Writing Challenge

  • Writing will be judged based on content, creativity and style.
  • There will be three age categories for judging: 6-9 years, 10-13 years, and 14 years and older.
  • The judges’ decisions will be final.
  • Winning entries will be featured on our website and the website of selected sponsors.
  • Baobabooks reserves the right to publish and feature any submitted story or artwork on their website as well as Baobabooks' social media platforms.
Join the Challenge

Art Challenge

  • Artwork will be judged based on the creative response to the theme, artistic technique and individual expression.
  • There will be three age categories for judging artwork: 6-9 years, 10-13 years, and 14 years and older.
  • Winning entries will be featured on our website and the website of selected sponsors.
  • The judges’ decisions will be final.
  • Baobabooks reserves the right to publish and feature any submitted story or artwork on their website as well as Baobabooks' social media platforms.
Join the Challenge
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Guidelines for Documenting Your Artwork

Here are some simple tips for uploading high quality artwork to the Baobabooks' platform.

1

We need to see a good quality scan or photo of your artwork in order to judge it properly! You can either scan your artwork or take a photo of it. Acceptable formats for uploading your artwork are .pdf and .jpeg.

Tip: If you need help ask a parent or teacher.

2

Make sure that all of your artwork can be seen clearly and that it is well lit when taking a photo of it. Take a photo outside on a sunny day, or in a well-lit room.

Tip: Use some desk lamps to help you if it is a cloudy day or the room is dark!

3

The photo must be in focus so that it is possible to see every little detail. So remember to carefully focus the camera on your artwork before taking your photo.

Tip: You can always use a support to keep your camera steady!