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CREATIVE ARTS CONTEST. Registration Deadline Date Deadline for Submitting Artwork Date Date of Walk xxx Contact Email (questions and registration). The contest is open to students in the U.S. who are currently in Kindergarten through grade 5.

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CREATIVE ARTS CONTEST

Registration Deadline DateDeadline for Submitting ArtworkDateDate of WalkxxxContact Email (questions and registration)

The contest is open to students in the U.S. who are currently in Kindergarten through grade 5.

The artwork should reflect the ideals of Aga Khan Foundation, such as peace, respect for humanity and friendship among all people and cultures. Contestants are asked to create and submit an entry that focuses on the PartnershipsInAction 2009 theme: Education – The Universal Bridge.

The entry should express how education helps us build bridges of peace, harmony and respect around the world. The entry could address questions such as: Why is it important for all children to go to school? How can we reach out to children around the world that do not have the chance to go to school?

For more information, please visitwww.PartnershipsInAction.org/contests/art.php

Winning artwork displayed at [City Name] Partnership [Event].All entrants will receive a certificate of recognition.

An initiative of Aga Khan Foundation U.S.A. and its volunteers in communities across America.


For questions or concerns please contact xxxx regional administrator at xxxx local email l.jpg

CREATIVE ARTS CONTEST

2009 Art Contest Guidelines

register by [date] | entries due [date]

  • Eligibility:Participation in the PartnershipsInAction Art Contest is limited to students, in Kindergarten through grade 5, who are currently enrolled in the 2009-2010 academic year in schools located in the United States.

  • Deadlines: Register by [date] at XXX. Artwork must be received no later than [date]. Entries must be submitted to XXX at XXX. [local address]. No exceptions.

  • Guidelines:To qualify, you must follow the guidelines listed below.

  • Entries can be made in different art forms including drawing, sketches, painting, poetry or photography.

  • All entries must include the following information on a piece of paper separate from the artwork : First and last name, age, grade, city and state, title of artwork, name and address of school and sponsoring organization, Aga Khan Foundation U.S.A.

  • All submissions will become the property of PartnershipsInAction initiative and may be displayed publicly for example on the PartnershipsInAction website.

For questions or concerns please contact xxxx [regional administrator] at xxxx [local email]

  • Prizes: Winning artwork displayed at XX Partnership Walk/other venue on [date]. Winners will be announced at the Walk/venue and must be present to receive prizes. All entrants will receive a certificate of recognition.

Aga Khan Foundation U.S.A. (AKF USA) was establishedin 1981 as a private, nondenominational, nonprofit international development organization committed to the struggle against hunger, disease and illiteracy, primarily in Africa and Asia. AKF USA is an agency of the Aga Khan Development Network. The Foundation works to address the root causes of poverty by developing model programs and sharing innovative solutions in the areas of health, education, rural development, civil society and the environment.

For more information, visit: www.akdn.org


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CREATIVE ARTS CONTEST

Registration DeadlineDateDeadline for Submitting ArtworkDateDate of WalkxxxContact Email (questions and registration)

The contest is open to students in the U.S. who are currently in grades 6 through 8.

The artwork should reflect the ideals of Aga Khan Foundation, such as peace, respect for humanity and friendship among all people and cultures. Contestants are asked to create and submit an entry that focuses on the PartnershipsInAction 2009 theme: Education – The Universal Bridge.

The entry should express how education helps us build bridges of peace, harmony and respect around the world. The entry could address questions such as: Why is it important for all children to go to school? How can we reach out to children around the world that do not have the chance to go to school?

For more information, please visitwww.PartnershipsInAction.org/contests/art.php

Winning artwork displayed at [City Name] Partnership [Event].All entrants will receive a certificate of recognition.

An initiative of Aga Khan Foundation U.S.A. and its volunteers in communities across America.


For questions or concerns please contact xxxx regional administrator at xxxx local email4 l.jpg

CREATIVE ARTS CONTEST

2009 Art Contest Guidelines

register by [date] | entries due [date]

  • Eligibility:Participation in the PartnershipsInAction Art Contest is limited to students, in grades 6 through 8, who are currently enrolled in the 2009-2010 academic year in schools located in the United States.

  • Deadlines: Register by [date] at xxx. Artwork must be received no later than [date]. Entries must be submitted to XXX at XXX. [local address]. No exceptions.

  • Guidelines:To qualify, you must follow the guidelines listed below.

  • Entries can be made in different art forms including drawing, sketches, painting, poetry, or photography.

  • All entries must include the following information on a piece of paper separate from the artwork : First and last name, age, grade, city and state, title of artwork, name and address of school and sponsoring organization, Aga Khan Foundation U.S.A.

  • All submissions will become the property of PartnershipsInAction initiative and may be displayed publicly for example on the PartnershipsInAction website.

For questions or concerns please contact xxxx [regional administrator] at xxxx [local email]

  • Prizes: Winning artwork displayed at XX Partnership Walk/other venue on [date]. Winners will be announced at the Walk/venue and must be present to receive prizes. All entrants will receive a certificate of recognition.

Aga Khan Foundation U.S.A. (AKF USA) was establishedin 1981 as a private, nondenominational, nonprofit international development organization committed to the struggle against hunger, disease and illiteracy, primarily in Africa and Asia. AKF USA is an agency of the Aga Khan Development Network. The Foundation works to address the root causes of poverty by developing model programs and sharing innovative solutions in the areas of health, education, rural development, civil society and the environment.

For more information, visit: www.akdn.org


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CREATIVE ARTS CONTEST

Registration DeadlineDateDeadline for Submitting ArtworkDateDate of WalkxxxContact Email (questions and registration)

The contest is open to students in the U.S. who are currently in grades 9 through 12.

The artwork should reflect the ideals of Aga Khan Foundation, such as peace, respect for humanity and friendship among all people and cultures. Contestants are asked to create and submit an entry that focuses on the PartnershipsInAction 2009 theme: Education – The Universal Bridge.

The entry should express how education helps individuals and communities build more productive, fulfilling and dignified lives. Encourage students to use their imagination and persuasive talents to demonstrate the value of education for all children and adults around the globe.

For more information, please visitwww.PartnershipsInAction.org/contests/art.php

Winning artwork displayed at [City Name] Partnership [Event].All entrants will receive a certificate of recognition.

An initiative of Aga Khan Foundation U.S.A. and its volunteers in communities across America.


For questions or concerns please contact xxxx regional administrator at xxxx local email6 l.jpg

CREATIVE ARTS CONTEST

2009 Art Contest Guidelines

register by [date] | entries due [date]

  • Eligibility:Participation in the PartnershipsInAction Art Contest is limited to students, in grades 9 through 12, who are currently enrolled in the 2009-2010 academic year in schools located in the United States.

  • Deadlines: Register by [date] at xxx. Artwork must be received no later than X XX, 2008. Entries must be submitted to XXX at XXX. [local address]. No exceptions.

  • Guidelines:To qualify, you must follow the guidelines listed below.

  • Entries can be made in different art forms including drawing, sketches, painting, poetry, or photography.

  • All entries must include the following information on a piece of paper separate from the artwork: First and last name, age, grade, city and state, title of artwork, name and address of school and sponsoring organization, Aga Khan Foundation U.S.A.

  • All submissions will become the property of PartnershipsInAction initiative and may be displayed publicly for example on the PartnershipsInAction website.

For questions or concerns please contact xxxx [regional administrator] at xxxx [local email]

  • Prizes: Winning artwork displayed at XX Partnership Walk/other venue on [date]. Winners will be announced at the Walk/venue and must be present to receive prizes. All entrants will receive a certificate of recognition.

Aga Khan Foundation U.S.A. (AKF USA) was establishedin 1981 as a private, nondenominational, nonprofit international development organization committed to the struggle against hunger, disease and illiteracy, primarily in Africa and Asia. AKF USA is an agency of the Aga Khan Development Network. The Foundation works to address the root causes of poverty by developing model programs and sharing innovative solutions in the areas of health, education, rural development, civil society and the environment.

For more information, visit: www.akdn.org


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