Theme: Focuses on the theme of Adapting Historic Environments.
- Prizes are in British Pound Sterling (GBP)
- 1st place: £1,000
- 2nd place: £750
- 3rd place: £500
- 20 x Commendations of £250
- The challenge is open to people of all disciplines and creative backgrounds including;
- Data visualisers
- Social scientists
- anyone with a creative concept that can help communicate this theme. You do not have to be a professional or in a team
- You can enter as a team if you so wish. There’s space in the submission process to input details of all collaborators.
Formats & Eligible Approaches
- To encourage different types of creative communication, they are accepting a broad range of types of entry submission, including;
- Illustrations: This could be a sketch, painting, visualisation/render, infographic or other type of illustration.
- Poetry & Prose: It could be a poem or experience you want to share
- Photos: You might have captured a picture that conveys the aim of the challenge
- Audio: It may be a song or sound you’ve written / recorded
- Video: It could be a short film or animation
- Sculpture: It may be you’ve made a sculpture or model.
The judges are looking for entrants to;
- Explore ways for communicating the topic that go beyond the traditional bounds / formats in which it’s typically represented.
- Share ‘place’ based narratives that link to / showcase contextual stories and experiences.
- Consider how your entry to the challenge could connect with people and/or organisations that aren’t necessarily aware or engaged with this topic.
- Not just focus on the hazard, but also show actions that can be taken for adaptation and to change the consequences endured.
For more information, visit Climate Creatives Challenge.