The DigitalArt4Climate Art Competition, organized by IAAI GloCha in collaboration with the UN-Habitat youth programme wants to inspire and promote climate action through the power of culture and technology and empower the uptake of digital innovation by the creative community in an accessible and meaningful way.
That is why digital and traditional artists from all over the world and of different ages were invited to apply to the DigitalArt4Climate Art Competition, and to win a total of 3000 € in prizes for public voting winners and exhibit in Glasgow in conjunction with the United Nations Climate Change Conference of Parties (COP26).
Congratulation to all the artists, the 30 finalists and the 5 winners.
It was a great pleasure and honor to participate to this great initiative thanks to Miroslav Polzer Roger Haus Anna Dart Exquisite Workers and so many other nice persons for their great initiative and to my Artgence partners Marques Hardin Jérémy CHAUSSE and also Irina Karagyaur
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We hope the stories of the artists from all over the world can inspire us to forge new and deeper connections with ourselves, others and the planet Earth.
✅ 208 applications are received from 58 countries to inspire climate change.
✅ All sorts of media represented: digital and animated artworks, digitized watercolour, oil, acrylic works, mural paintings, collage art, AI and generative art, films and dance, installations and voice, jewelry, fabrics, even magic tricks
✅ 30 finalists which make COP26 collection come from Morocco, Iran, Serbia, USA, Mexico, Switzerland, Russia, Philippines, Australia, UK, Spain, China, India, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, Guatemala, Canada, Kenya, Chile, France, Slovenia, Kazakhstan and Ukraine. The youngest artist-finalist is 10 years old.
✅ Submissions introduced deep awareness and understanding of the climate urgency, personal, original and creative responses to climate change, displayed a high level of technical art skills and showcased interesting approaches and emerging new talent.
🏆 We are excited to announce the winners as a result of the art competition and the open public voting.
👉 Nexus by Bricx Martillo Dumas from the Philippines has been declared the winner of the DigitalArt4Climate art competition, and awarded with 1500 Euros.
👉 The second place winners awarded with 500 euros include:
– Every Second: Lake (Iran) by Amir Karimi’s
– The Wildfire by Eka (France)
– Chloé Hajjar’s Allegory of Survival (USA)
👉 An extra special 500 Euro award is issued to Mathare Roots’s Graffiti Girls, Mlango Kubwa Young Mother for the mural artwork Team Spirit (Kenya).
👉 DigitalArt4Climate also grants Unique Network tokens to all finalists as well as the special invitations to the curated platform of Exquisite Workers where they create the everlasting collective exquisite corpse.
Thanks so much for all participants, finalists, winners and generous partners
What is the DigitalArt4Climate initiative?
The United Nations announced 2021 as the Year of Creative Economy for Sustainable Development to recognise the value of creativity as a powerful resource for sustainable development and climate action. DigitalArt4Climate in partnership with UN-Habitat is an initiative to accelerate that force.
The DigitalArt4Climate is an unprecedented multi-stakeholder partnership initiative which uses blockchain technology to turn art into digital assets, also known as NFTs, which can be collected and traded, thus opening up a socio-technological innovation space which helps to unlock extraordinary potential for resource mobilization in support of Sustainable Development Goals and UN Agenda 2030 implementation in general and action for climate empowerment in particular.
DigitalArt4Climate is focused on inspiring creativity and positive social impact and provides the next-gen Web3 tools to empower the community to create, collaborate, and connect with one another in the digital space.
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