What does Global Citizenship Mean to You? The concept and images of the poster should represent the idea of global citizenship and being a global citizen. It can provide an answer to the following questions:
- How can a global citizen be portrayed?
- What does her or his environment look like?
- Which tools are being used in a global citizen’s daily life?
- What values, ideas, fears, and stories do global citizens carry?
- How can global citizenship contribute to the local community and transform society?
Artists, designers, activists, students, and change-makers are invited to design a poster about “Global Citizenship” and contribute to the awareness raising of the concept.
Organiser believes that promoting global citizenship is crucial to foster a new generation of leaders who cultivate empathy, sustainability, and human rights.
Organiser invite you to use your creativity as a communication tool and inspire others to take action.
"During the pandemic, we observed a rise in nationalism, xenophobia, global inequalities, and much more. Therefore, we believe that promoting global citizenship is crucial to foster a new generation of leaders who cultivate empathy, sustainability, and human rights. Your poster should express thoughts and ideas about global citizenship."
➜ Your artwork is to be submitted in electronic format with a resolution of 300 dpi, A1 size, and in jpg or png format (poster winner will be requested to resubmit poster at a higher resolution for reproduction purposes).
➜ All visual art, drawing methods, photography, graphic design, or digital illustrations will be accepted (text is encouraged).
➜ More than one piece may be submitted.
➜ Submit your work to email@example.com
Evaluation criteria includes design, message, uniqueness and attention-grabbing.
The jury consist of Grammy award winner and graphic designer Stefan Sagmeister, African Youth Envoy Aya Chebbi, and Co-Chairs Ban Ki-moon, 8th Secretary-General of the United Nations, and
The selected top 3 applicants will be notified via email by December 18, 2020. Their artwork will be published on the BKMC website and social media accounts.
An exhibition of the best 10-15 artworks is planned for 2021.
No Entry Fee!There is no entry fee to participate!
Who can participate? ⇣
The Poster Design Competition on Global Citizenship is open to anyone of any nationality aged 14 years or older. Individual and group submissions are accepted.
➜ 1st place: $1500 USD
➜ Second place: $1000 USD
➜ Third place: $800 USD