Discover Danube – Danube Art Master 2020

Discover Danube – Danube Art Master 2020

Year of Realisation:

2020

Goal and Project Description:

“Discover Danube” is the motto of this year’s Danube Art Master international competition. The competition has existed since 2004, and the Young Researchers of Serbia are marking the jubilee of 10 years of coordination of this competition at the national level in Serbia.

This year’s competition differs in 2 novelties from the previous ones: 2 age categories and 3 categories of works.

– ages 6 to 18 are divided into 2 groups: JUNIORS (6-11) and TEENAGERS (12-18);

– categories of works in which participants will compete are artwork, short video, and map (new category).

The goal of the competition remained the same: To go to the river bank, it would be ideal to go to the Danube or a tributary of the Danube and make an ecological work of art there using natural material found by the river.

Project Results:

Due to the pandemic of the COVID 19 virus, this year’s competition has been moved to the beginning of the 2020/21 school year in all countries in the Danube basin.

The national-level competition took place from September 1 to October 31, 2020.

The international level of the competition is continued by the national winners in 2 categories under the coordination of the International Commission for the Protection of the Danube River.

Target Group:

6-18 years

Project Spacial Area:

Danube basin on the territory of Serbia

Funding Sources:

International Commission for the Protection of the Danube River (ICPDR) and the Global Partnership for Central and Eastern European Waters (GWPCEE) (EUR 1300)

Additional Information:

All information, questions, and applications via email: dunavski.umetnik@mis.org.rs.

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