The art competition aims to showcase the awareness of the young generation of Turkmenistan of climate and environmental issues, and to encourage creative action to promote solutions.

The competition is open to those aged from 6 to 18 years old, in all velayats. One winner from each of the following age groups will be selected:

  • 6 to 8 years old
  • 9 to 12 years old
  • 13 to 18 years old

How to take part

Draw what you hope our climate and an environmentally-friendly life on Earth will look like in the future.

Whether it’s green forests and garden cities, clean air and clear skies, solar panels and wind turbines, less petrol and more electric cars, clean water, blossoming fertile fields, or full rivers. We want to see your creative and inventive paintings or drawings, showing what you think our planet should look like in the future.

Along with your drawing, include a description of your work, explaining why you see the future of our planet as you have drawn it (maximum 100 words).

Submit your entry

  • Scan or photograph your drawing, and email to ukembassy.ashgabat@fcdo.gov.uk, with the subject title ‘Creative Earth’ and your name. Include your age, place of residence and telephone number.

  • You must also bring the original drawing to the British Embassy Ashgabat, located at the Ak Altyn hotel’s Office Building, or you can send it by registered post:

British Embassy Ashgabat

3rd Floor Office Building

Four Points Ak Altyn Hotel

Ashgabat

744001

Submit your entries by 1 April 2022.

Prizes

Three winners will receive a brand new tablet. The winners will be announced on the British Embassy’s social media accounts and news page by 14 April 2022.

In addition to a prize, the lucky winners of the competition will be invited to join an Embassy ceremony.
The best artwork from the contest will be displayed at Embassy events throughout the year.

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