Art contest telling the story of Scotland’s climate
The Visions of Climate Change competition involves crowdsourcing images for use in an online exhibit that will showcase Scotland’s historic environment and cultural heritage.
The competition accepts entries from the public for several different categories, including Best Photography, Best Mobile Photography, Best Artwork, and Young Creative Awards for ages 12-17.
There will be £ 750 of prizes available.
They are looking for works of art and photographs related to one of the three themes chosen by HES – “The past was a different place”; ‘It’s an emergency’; or “A greener future”.
Alison Turnbull, Director of Development and Partnerships at HES, said: “Visions of Climate Heritage is the first crowdsourcing competition organized by HES. offer for 12-17 year olds as part of our Young Creative Awards, we are particularly interested in involving young people in this project.
“Whether it’s digging through family archives, browsing through cell phone photos or creating a work of art such as a sculpture or painting, we encourage everyone to get involved and help us. to tell the climate story of Scotland.
Images will be judged on their ability to tell a story, as well as their visual interest, impact and relevance to the historic environment and climate change in Scotland. The competition will close on Tuesday, November 30, with the shortlisted and winning entries part of an online exhibition.