„My home is your home too: Together in safety”: National Fine Arts Contest, 4th edition

07. 02. 2023

The National Institute of Justice and the School of Fine Arts “Alexei Şciusev” announce the fourth edition of the national contest of fine arts “My home is your home too: together in safety”, intended for youngers aged between 11 to 21, from general schools, gymnasiums, high schools, arts schools, centers of excellence and colleges of arts from all over the country.

This year’s edition is organized in partnership with the Council of Europe project “Strengthening the human rights protection of refugees and migrants in the Republic of Moldova”, the National Intelligence and Security Institute “Bogdan, Întemeietorul Moldovei” (NISI) and the Law Center of Lawyers (LCL) within the national campaign “Security Education”.

The aim of the competition is to promote the culture of security among young people, familiarize and train the skills of analysis of national security issues, develop empathy for the problems and needs of refugees and migrants, as well as the spirit of competitiveness and self-confidence of pupils.

The creations done for the contest can be made in various techniques (oil, watercolor, gouache, ink, pencil, pastel, mixed technique, batik, collage, tapestry, etc.) or in volumetric compositions (ceramics, sculpture, papier mache, wire, thread, etc.).

The evaluation of the works will be carried out by a jury of members of the Union of Plastic artists of the Republic of Moldova, teachers and representatives of the specialized institutions, and the award ceremony will take place on May 10-13, 2023, on the occasion of Europe Day.

The conditions and stages of the contest can be consulted HERE.

The contest is part of the series of activities carried out under the Cooperation Agreement signed by the National Institute of Justice and the School of Fine Arts “Alexei Sciusev”. Thus, within the established partnership, several exhibitions of drawings and three editions of the republican plastic arts contest were organized: “Justice – I see you like this” (2017), “children’s Rights” (2021) and “generation of Equality” (2022).