Students across Europe were given a chance to express their views of democracy and human rights, as experienced in their daily lives in school. These 34 entries were published online and votes were invited from the public using the varied coordination and education networks of the Council of Europe. This shows that the public agreed strongly with the perception of democracy and human rights in school as depicted by the children. The top ten entries have been the inspiration behind the five video animations. They are designed to raise awareness about issues such as diversity, participation, human dignity and democratic school governance and to support discussions in the classroom. Discover our exhibition about this competition.
Vernal Comic Book Convention
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This is a free family-friendly event inspired by Quinten Baldwin. Youth author comics will be available to purchase for 50 cents each comic strip bookmarks for 10 cents each. Food will also be provided. Cosplay Contest: for cosplayers of any age who wish to demonstrate their craftsmanship in costume construction or wear a costume that they have purchased in a family-friendly environment, without performance. All costumes must comply with the Library Standards of Conduct.
The rise of the Comic Book Kids: Festival braced for youth invasion
Thank you to everyone who entered our comic competition. We were amazed by the imagination and creativity on show, from students as young as 6 years old. We considered the plot and idea of the comic; design; layout; use of language; and use of multimedia, to narrow it down to just Well done to these young authors! This final 10 will be passed on to comic book legend Kevin Eastman , the co-creator of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
When we talk of Comic Book Contest is an Avenue of bringing students of various Arts and Cultural backgrounds to compete for creativity and speed. Here we have gathered the 7 Best Comic Book Contest from various countries of the world. Organized by the company Celsys, this competition is aimed at students of art schools in Europe who teach comics, manga, digital arts, and illustration making. Each school and its students can participate to compare their projects and win numerous prizes.