Iranians Win the UNEP Art Competition in the Asia-Pacific region
With the announcement of the results of the UNEP art competition in the Asia and Pacific region, two young Iranian artists were among the winners.
DOE reports—In the ceremony commemorating the 35th anniversary of the Montreal Protocol and World Ozone Day, the winners of the art competition of the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) were announced and honored. This competition aims to promote the connection between ozone protection, climate change, and the results of the Montreal Protocol, developing the determination and decisions for the permanent removal of harmful gases in the ozone layer, in national and regional stages. The art competition features three sections of graphic design, painting, and photography, in two age groups under and over 14 years old. Nagin Nahavandi from Iran’s Fars Province won first place in the region.
Entries received in accordance to the competitions rules were evaluated in interpretation and representation of the subject for the viewer, creativity, originality, quality of artwork (design, composition, color/tone), artistic/aesthetic merit and overall impact.