Art and Writing Contest: Imagine a World Without Hate

Art and Writing Contest

What would a world without hate feel, look, or sound like? What can be done to make the world a place where all people are accepted and appreciated for who they are?

WHO: Students in grades 3-12 in Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, and Tennessee schools.

WHAT: The contest asks students to imagine a world without hate. What would the world feel like, look like, sound like. What can be done to make the world a place where all people are accepted and appreciated for who they are? Students should also consider what they personally can do to help create a world without hate.

HOW: Through original written or artistic expression:

  • Written work includes essays, poetry, short stories, screen plays.
  • Art/Media includes video, drawing, paintings, photography, cloth, collage or computer art.

WHEN: Students create and submit entries to the ADL SE Regional office or the Museum of
History and Holocaust Education. Deadline for all entries is March 13, 2020. The following form must be completed with each entry: Art & Writing Contest Submission Form (Required)

An awards ceremony and program will be held on Sunday, April 26, 2020 to present prizes and recognize winners and runners-up of the contest. Entries will be displayed at the Kennesaw State University Museum of History and Holocaust Education through August 2020.


 

Please contact ADL Deputy Regional Director, Erin Beacham at ebeacham@adl.org OR MHHE Education Manager, Andrea Miskewicz at amiskewi@kennesaw.edu with any questions.

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