THE FIRST ANNUAL

Photography / Digital Art Contest

Photography    |    Digital Art    |    Mixed Media

You could change the way we think about freedom in Canada.  

"Without freedom, no art. Art lives only on the restraints it imposes on itself and dies of all others."

- Albert Camus

2024 CONTEST THEME

Capture what freedom in democracy looks like to you

Explore the essence of freedom through art! In any democracy, individual freedoms are paramount, safeguarded by the Charter in Canada. Art serves as a potent medium to capture and shape these freedoms. Join our contest and unleash your creativity to depict what freedom truly signifies to you.

Freedom of Expression: A street mural in Toronto, showcasing the vibrant expression protected by the Charter.
Right to Assembly: Protesters peacefully assemble in Ottawa, exercising their Charter-protected right.
Freedom of Religion: Individuals worship together in a Montreal religious center, embodying the Charter’s freedom of religion.
Equality Rights: Diverse individuals stand united, representing the Charter’s commitment to equality.
Freedom from Discrimination: A workplace promotes equality, reflecting the Charter’s stance against discrimination.

Prizes

$2,000

First Place

$1,000

Second Place

$500

Third Place

CONTEST DETAILS

2024 Contest Criteria

  • Photography: Minimal edits
  • Digital Art: Created entirely digitally
  • Mixed Media: Photography and Digital Art elements

Deadline: October 27, 2024, at 11:59 p.m.

Winners announced: December 9, 2024


Please ensure your submission reflects the contest theme: Capture what freedom in democracy looks like to you.

Before submission, please review our Criteria and Guidelines

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    "Art, freedom, and creativity will change society faster than politics."

    Victor Pinchuk

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