Call for Artwork- Young Children to Grade 12
Published: November 9th, 2021
ECEBC, BCACCS and the SRDC are working together on the "Learning Outside Together: Incorporating traditional wisdom and promising practices to futureproof child care programs” and are inviting BC teacher’s and their students to share their art.
The Early Childhood Educators of BC (ECEBC), the BC Aboriginal Child Care Society (BCACCS), and the non-profit research organization the Social Research and Demonstration Corporation (SRDC) are working together on the “Learning Outside Together: Incorporating traditional wisdom and promising practices to futureproof child care programs.” This project supports Early Childhood Educators (ECEs) in developing the knowledge and skills needed to increase children’s time and meaningful experiences outdoors. ECEs will be supported throughout the project by colleagues trained in mentorship. Both the mentorship and outdoor experiences courses will be provided via an online platform, hosted on the Early Years Hub.
The project partners are inviting BC teacher’s and their students to share their art. Teachers are requested to pick one of the themes below and submit their student’s artwork. All ages (K-12) are welcome.
- Teachers may submit multiple works developed by individual students or a classroom collaborative piece.
- All pieces that are used will remain the artists property of the artist and will be recognized with the artist’s first name, age, and $100 honorarium.
- The first 8 classrooms that submit their artwork will receive a voucher for $250 for either Strong Nations or Outdoor Learning (please specify your preference with your submission).
Submissions will be accepted to email@example.com
Deadline for submissions is November 19th, 2021.