Prime Minister's Greeting Letter for the 4th Youth World Cup Live Painting Competition
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Please welcome our
Honorary Chair of the Committee
We are very honored that Dr. Ron Burnett, one of the world’s most distinguished academics in the areas of media, arts and communications, is the Honorary Chair of the 4th annual Youth World Cup Live Painting Competition.
Dr. Ron Bunett has served as president of the Emily Carr University of Art and Design since 1996. Recognized as one of the top art and design institutions in the world, he has raised the profile of the university and brought attention to the importance of the Arts to people’s well-being. Ron has also written three books, most recently, How Images Think.
He also had significant roles at Vanier College and McGill University in Montreal, York University in Toronto, LaTrobe University in Australia, University of Otago in New Zealand, and Ben Gurion University in Israel. Known for his work in media and distance education, Ron served on an “eminent persons panel” at UNESCO to provide advice on Internet resources in developing countries.
Dr. Ron Burnett was inducted to the Royal Academy of Art, has received the Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee and Diamond Jubilee medals and is a Member of the Order of Canada. In 2010, he was invested into France’s prestigious Ordre des Arts and des Lettres for his work to strengthen the cultural relationship between Canada and France.
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2016 Jury Committee
Barbara Zeigler, Artist, Professor of Art History, Visual Art and Theory of UBC
Deb Chaney, Contemporary Abstract Artist, Author, Speaker
Donna Webber, Painter, Art Educator
Bernice Gan, Education Coordinator, Visual Arts Teacher
Lee Jong Jin, Sculptor, President of Korean Artists' Association in Vancouver
Congratulations! The Youth World Cup Live Painting Competition & "School-in-a-Box" charity event has been officially acknowledged as an important partner with UNICEF Canada.
The 1st 、 2nd and 3rd World Cup have been successfully accomplished, and the 4th World Cup has begun:
The 4th World Cup: News Release for the 3rd Youth World Cup Live Painting Competition
The 4th Youth World Cup Live Painting Competition 2016 Is Here!
"One Dollar for One Child in Poverty" Global Charity Event
“The 4th Youth World Cup Live Painting Competition” & “One Dollar for One Child in Poverty”, hosted by Canada Youth Arts Development Foundation, is a global painting Olympic to support UNICEF "School-In-A-Box" program. It is the biggest youth live painting competition, and a global charity event aimed to help children in poverty worldwide.
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The registration and submission deadline for the first period of preliminary competition is July 31st, 2016;
the final round, the final live painting competition, will be held in Richmond Olympic Oval, Great Vancouver, Canada, August 11, 2016.
We encourage all participants who need to apply Canadian visa to follow the first deadline.
Every contestant is required to submit Registration Form for each round. Contestants who qualify will be notified and invited to advance to the subsequent round of competition by the district organizer accordingly. The Book Pre-order Form is attached to the Registration Form, and it is optional for each round. Learn More about the Book
Book Pre-order Form
The registration and submission deadline is July 31st, 2016
All forms must be filled in English.
Step 1: Registration
- Registration form （Book Pre-order is optional)
Step 2: Submission
Please send us your participating artwork and registration form by email before July 31st,2016
If you send by mail, please make sure that your artwork could arrive at our office before July 30th, 2016
Group Participants (more than 30) must submit their arts before July 31st, 2016.
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- Canada Youth Arts Development Foundation
Competition Rules and Regulations
To the candidates who helped to promote the core value of art exchange and share the culture’s diversity globally. We are very pleased to introduce those candidates to the
“2016 Award of the Outstanding Youth Leader “and
“The Most Outstanding Contribution Award.”
July 31th, 2016 is the contest preliminaries deadline of the 4th Youth World Cup Live Painting Competition. During August 15th to 18th, the world final of the painting contest and awards ceremony will be held in the River Rock Theater. Meanwhile, an UNICEF ambassador and dignitaries from around the world will be there to promote the development of the world youth art, help the world's children in poverty who have made outstanding contributions to youth, and to award the "2016 Outstanding Youth Leader award" and " the Most Outstanding Contribution Award".
For More Details, Read "The Introduction of Competition Rules and Regulation"