UNESCO Storyboard Competition 2022
Language Requirement Not required
Number of Opportunity: 1
Eligible Region/CountriesAll countries
The UNESCO World Heritage Centre launched the Patrimonito Storyboard Competition 2022. This competition is to help students from around the world to improve their creative and problem-solving skills. Also, its main objective is to increase the young generation’s awareness of the World Heritage sites.
Secondary school students and young creators can create their hand artworks or use digital drawing tools on the topic of World Heritage and Climate Change. A professional and independent jury team reviews and judges the participants’ storyboards. The best submission will be distributed globally to schools and presented at the World Heritage events.
Submission deadline: 16 October 2022
Number of Awards: Not limited
Eligible Countries: All
Language Required: English
Fields of Study: None
The winner will receive a certificate from UNESCO. The Centre will credit the name of the winner in the film. The winner’s artwork will be adapted into an animation film and added to Patrimonito’s World Heritage Adventures series. In addition, the participants will increase their knowledge about the World Heritage sites.
- Participants’ age must be between 12-18 years old
- Participants should submit solely their storyboard
- Artwork should be on the theme of World Heritage and Climate Change
- Artwork should reflect the knowledge of participants about the World Heritage sites
- Artwork should reflect a challenge or problem faced by the World Heritage site
- A painting should suggest a solution or measures to the challenge or problem
A storyboard is like drawing a comic book that represents a story through sketches and has a chronological sequence. Participants can draw their storyboards with pencil or ink or remove them using any digital drawing tool. Participants’ storyboard should follow the below structure:
- Patrimonito should play a vital role in the storyboard among other characters, maximum of two characters, a girl and a boy. The script of the storyboard must have a start, middle, and end point.
- Beginning: The beginning of the script must be relevant to the selected World Heritage place
- Middle: The middle or backbone of the writing must convey a challenge, an obstacle, or a problem that the characters overcome. This part of the script should express the main message of the story
- End: The end of the story should suggest a solution to resolve the obstacle or problem.
- The creator should consider the balance of frames, the issues provoked by the site, and solutions.
How to Apply
Eligible participants can submit a scanned copy of their storyboards by email, send their original or printed artworks via post, or choose to submit their artworks through their home countries’ National Commissions for UNESCO.
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The World Heritage Centre’s independent jury, who are experts, will review the artworks and will select the best submissions. Once the jury selects the best submission, they will announce the result, and the winner will receive a UNESCO certificate.
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75352 Paris 07 SP France
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