04 December 2011
Posted in General
Entries are now open for the prestigious Climate Week Awards, recognising the most inspirational and impressive actions taking place in every sector. In 2011 the judging panel contained figures such as the eminent economist Lord Stern, the former President of Ireland, Mary Robinson, and Booker Prize-winning author, Ian McEwan. One of the awards is for the best artistic response to climate change this could be visual arts, dramatic arts or a piece of creative writing.
The judges will premise works that are inspirational, innovative and impact on their audience’s understandings and perceptions of climate change. The subject matter of the written work in question must relate to climate change and has to have been published in the last two years.
Entries should be described in no more than 700 words and should address the following specific headlines. Please ensure your entry is accompanied by supporting material illustrating your work.
- Inspiration: briefly describe how the work came about
- Execution: describe how the work has been produced
- Response: where has the work been exhibited and how has it been received?
- Contribution: how does the work contribute to understanding or action on climate change?
Entries should be emailed to email@example.com before the deadline on the 30 January 2012. To find out more about the awards including last years winners please visit our website www.climateweek.com, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.