COLOURS OF THE BIBLE 2024: PEACE AND RECONCILIATION IN THE BIBLE

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Submission by June 30, 2024

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COLOURS OF THE BIBLE 2024: PEACE AND RECONCILIATION IN THE BIBLE

The Scripture-based art competition and exhibition returns with the theme Peace and Reconciliation in the Bible.

Let your creativity flow from within.

Categories (Age as of 31 December 2024) 

Physical Art

Group 1 – 7 years and below
Group 2 – 8 to 12 years old
Group 3 – 13 to 18 years old
Group 4 – 19 years old and above 

The competition is open to participants from all countries. 

Submission Deadline

Please submit your entries online by 30 June 2024, 6pm (SGT). For physical artwork, please bring your artwork to The Bible Society office at Bible House by the submission deadline as well. 

What kind of art can I do?

The following forms of visual art are accepted: 

  • Paintings
  • Drawings
  • Sculptures
  • Crafts and Textiles
  • Scripture Calligraphy
  • Mixed Media Constructions 

Size of artworks

Physical art

For 2D artworks, the minimum size of your artwork should be 21cm by 29.7cm (A4 size).
The maximum size of your artwork should be 
100cm x 70cm.

For 3D artworks, the minimum size of your artwork should be 20cm x 20cm x 20cm.
The maximum size of your artwork should be 
75cm x 75cm x 75cm. 

Date: Submission by June 30, 2024

Time: 6pm

Click here to register.

About the organiser:
The competition is co-organised by Bible Society of Singapore and the Embassy of Israel in Singapore.

Bible Society of Singapore works to make Bibles available to the nations through the work of translating and publishing Bibles and various Scripture resources into the heart language of people around the world.

It works to make the Bible accessible to those around us through Bible distribution efforts, as well as by enabling people to read through supporting literacy programmes in Southeast Asia and beyond.

For those who already have access, they work to make the Bible credible through a variety of engagement programmes like classes and conferences, and advocacy work such as lectures with ETHOS Institute.

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