Kids invited to send art to Taiwan

The exhibit aims to promote mutual understanding through the exchange of art.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
February 7, 2008 10:07
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The Association for Education through Art in Taiwan is inviting Israeli children to participate in the 39th World Schoolchildren's Art Exhibition. The exhibit aims to promote mutual understanding and friendship among the younger generation through the exchange of art. Kids worldwide are being asked to send oil paintings, water color paintings, wood cut prints, pencil sketches, crayon drawings, pastel pictures, collages, etchings and designs to the competition. The contest is open to children aged six - 15. Each country is limited to 60 entries, one per child. Winners will be chosen by Chinese artists, educators and psychologists.

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