‘Hunting is not cool’: NGO Olhar Animal announces finalists of the 2nd Artevista

NGO Olhar Animal announces the finalists’ drawings of the second edition of Artevista – Art in Defense of Animals, and this year the proposed theme was “HUNTING ANIMALS IS NOT COOL”. The goal was to encourage respect regarding the non-human animal rights and actions in defense of these beings, encouraging children and teens to artistically express their sensitivity and awareness on the subject.

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The 2019 edition has the support of MICA – Movimento Infanto-juvenil Crescendo com Arte (Childrens’ Movement Growing with Art), a group of teachers that have been promoting art for the past 30 years among children and teenagers from São Paulo’s underprivileged communities and conducting international drawing and painting contests.

Artists from seven counties submitted almost 400 drawings. We received works from Indonesia, Scotland, Belarus, Lithuania, Poland, Serbia, and Brazil.

The Judging Committee was formed by teachers, animal activists, journalists, plastic artists and people from many different fields. They were: Adriana Pereira de Souza, Alexander José Agbayani Mascardo, Alice Bandini, Alice Werhle Gomide, Andréia Regina Pereira Soares, Antonia Olivares Rodrigues, Armando Bastos, Beth Begonha, Camila Campanhã, Carlos Zanchetta de Oliveira, Clarice Paim Arnold, Dana Ellyn, Débora Pires, Débora Rovigatti Benedetti, Elza Ghetti Zerbatto, Fatima ChuEcco, Felipe Zanusso, Francisco Athaíde, Iara Proença de Souza, Ivana França de Negri, Jacira Fagundes, Juliana Vasconcelos, Júlio Ottoboni, Laion Castro, Liber Borges, Liège Copstein, Mara Monteiro, Marcio de Andrade, Marcos Pompeu, Maria Cristina Greco, Maria Ermelinda Silva, Maria Nilce Garcia Nicodemos, Marília Andrade Pinto, Natália Prieto, Nina Rosa Jacob, Reggie Fontes, Renata Mazzutte Pacheco, Renata Zancan, Rosângela Coelho, Sílvia Pompeu, Soraya D. Ferreira, Tânia Morales, Telma Mangini Tapigliani, Tyanne Maia, and Yves Bonnardel.

All the FINALISTS drawings and the ones that received an HONORABLE MENTION were laser printed and will be exhibited at the Octavio Vecchi Florestal Museum, in São Paulo, from June 13th to June 19th.

And the third edition of Artevista is already being planned. Keep posted!

Click on the images to get a better look. It is best to use a device with a bigger screen, such as desktop, tablet, or notebook. All the artworks are in alphabetical order of the artist’s name.

2nd ARTEVISTA FINALISTS

The Judging Commission selected more than 10 drawings on some categories.

ARTISTS BETWEEN 4 TO 7 YEARS OLD

Brazil


Foreign

This category did not receive enough drawings for submission to the jury, but some did receive an Honorable Mention (see below).

ARTISTS BETWEEN 8 TO 10 YEARS OLD

Brazil


Foreign


ARTISTS BETWEEN 11 TO 13 YEARS OLD

Brazil


Foreign


ARTISTS BETWEEN 14 TO 16 YEARS OLD

Brazil

This category did not receive enough drawings for submission to the jury, but one artwork did receive an Honorable Mention (see below).

Foreign


HONORABLE MENTION


ALL THE CONTESTANTS


NON ASSESSED


Some drawings were not submitted to the jury because of some issues regarding their applications, but we exhibited those artworks here acknowledging the children and teens’ efforts, and we are waiting for them to participate again in the next editions.

Source: Olhar Animal

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