Climate Change Art Competition

Stand for Nature Wales

Enter our art competition!

The competition has now closed.

Let your imagination run wild!

It’s no secret, we are in the middle of a climate and nature emergency. We don’t need to look far to see the evidence, from flooding of our towns and cities to droughts and wild fires. The rising global temperature and habitat loss are making life more difficult for nature, and in turn, us humans too.

But what if it wasn't like this?

Imagine what your local area could look like in an ideal world. A world where humans and nature thrive alongside one another. Where the air is clean and filled with the low buzz of bees. Where our seas are teaming with life and free of pollution. 

With the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) just around the corner, we want to show our leaders the future we want for Wales.

So whether you're a painter, poet, writer, or sculptor - let your imagination run wild and enter our art competition!

What's in it for you?

First prize

Savanna binoculars by Opticron - worth £129!

Huge thank you to our friends at Opticron for kindly donating our amazing first prize!

 

Check out their website!

Runners up

Runners up will receive wildlife and art-themed goody bag full of exciting goodies!

Have your voice heard

We will share a few enteries on our social media and website - making sure your voice is heard in the run-up to COP26!

Meet the judges

We have a whole panel of incredibly talented judges lined up, who just can't wait to take a look at your amazing artwork!

Watch this space for announcements!

Sian Eleri sat on a wooden chair wearing a black jumper in front of a green wall with photos of butterflies

Sian Eleri, BBC Radio 1 DJ

Sian Eleri - BBC Radio 1 DJ

Sian Eleri is one of the newest faces to BBC Radio 1. After being selected as part of Radio 1’s Christmas Presenter Search in 2019, she now hosts Radio 1’s Chillest Show every Sunday 7-9pm and the Power Down Playlist every Monday from 10-11pm, fulfilling a long-held dream to reach out and share her love of music with others.

Tracey-Ann Stitch smiling into the camera whilst standing in her office.

Tracey-Anne Stitch - Artist

Tracey-Anne Sitch - Artist

Tracey-Anne is a natural history artist painting in watercolour, concentrating almost exclusively on British wildlife for which she has a particular passion. She exhibits in national and local exhibitions and galleries and has published four illustrated books.

Take climate action!

If you're between 9 and 24 years old and would love to take climate action in your local area, our Stand for Nature Wales project is for you!

I'm in!

The Stand for Nature Wales team whilst on a team visit to Cors Dyfi Nature Reserve. Photo by Silvia Cojocaru

How nature helps tackle climate change!

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