1. WHO: The competition is open to kids and teens (ages 5-18) who are currently living in British Columbia.
2. WHAT: Your artwork (whether you paint, draw, etch, screen print, etc.) must represent the biodiversity of BC in some way. Please also complete and include the competition entry form (found here).
3. WHEN: Postmarked no later than 1 March 2018.
4. WHERE: Entries can be sent to:
Wild Postcard Project
c/o Dr. Angela Stevenson
Biodiversity Research Centre, UBC
2212 Main Mall
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z4
Hard copies are preferred, but if necessary you can submit via email (take a photo with your iPhone, iPad, any option works!). Just make sure to hold on to the original copy of your artwork in case you’re selected as a winner and we need to do a fancy photoshoot of it – and because we may the original for printing purposes. firstname.lastname@example.org
Entries will be judged by a panel including biodiversity experts and artists. We’re looking for creative, beautiful, interesting artwork of living things in BC.
Individual entry form (print or make your own, but it should have all of the information listed below):School/class entry form: to make it easier for teachers and large groups we also have a group entry form available, so feel free to pick whichever would be easiest for you: