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2021 YOLANDE FRANK ART AWARDS
2021 YOLANDE FRANK ART AWARDS
UNAAWA conducts this Arts Award in memory of long-time member and survivor of the Holocaust, Yolande Frank, who had a passion to ensure that children understood the importance of human rights to global peace and sustainability.

School students are invited to use any visual art media to communicate a message for the following article of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

“All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights”. (UNDHR Article #1)


Awards are in three age categories: Years 4-6, Years 7 & 8, and Years 9 & 10.


(Please note; Year 11 and 12 entries have been removed from this program for 2021)

2021 REWARD REQUIREMENTS:
➡️ Schools select their leading entries (to a maximum of four) for electronic submission. Before submitting, teachers must approve the Terms and Conditions, which include a declaration by the student and school principal, in addition to approval for publication.
➡️ Artworks completed as extracurricular activities are eligible for submission if verified by the teacher as the student’s own work.
➡️ Entries judged according to originality + effectiveness in visually conveying a message about the selected human right/theme. Judge’s decision final.
➡️ Student Prizes in each of the two categories: Winner $200 I Highly Commended $100.
➡️ Certificates presented to all finalists and prize-winners.
➡️ Finalist artworks and comments published in the 2022 UNAAWA Calendar raising funds to sustain the awards.

ENTRIES MUST BE SUBMITTED BY 5PM MONDAY 4 OCTOBER 2021.


(background image is the winner of the 2020 Yolande Frank Awards for Yr 10-12, Kobi Philbin from Southern River College)