We began Projectcovid19.org to develop an international pandemic art archive to share our experiences of this time. This archive is also being developed so that into the future, teachers and learners everywhere, whether in history, medicine, health, social studies, or art, can have a rich and diverse repository to turn to. Our endeavor is learning and sharing.
We are in the 2nd year of the pandemic. Please share your, paintings, graphic art, and photos about the pandemic. Perhaps you have a piece in memory of those we lost. Maybe your work is about how your community is impacted now. There are so many possibilities. The pandemic has been experienced differently all over the world, so we leave it open to you how you address the 2nd year of the pandemic. Deepen our understanding with your art.
Submitted work will become part of our archive for people now and the future to learn from, teach from, and continue learning from in the future. We may not be able to display all the art we receive, but we hope to show many of the submissions. We like to display each work with name of the artist, the country the artist is working in, and the title of the work.
Cartoon & Editorial Art
1st. Prizes in each category $100
2nd Prize in each category $50
3rd Prize in each category $30
4th Prize in each category is a Certificate of Excellence in Art for the Service of Health
Emily Diamond, Professor who focuses on health inequality, US
Seyran Caferli, Editorial artist and Director of the International Cartoon News Center, Azerbaijan
Thiago Lucas, Graphic artist and Editorial artist, Brazil
This contest is open to adults anywhere
No fee for entering
Works must be digitized in 300 DPI resolution, RGB color mode, in JPG format, with a maximum size of 2 MB.
Submit up to 5 works by 20 May, 2021
Winners to be announced on 1 August, 2021