The annual art contest for the Orangutan SAFE program is now accepting submissions! Students in 6th through 12th grade whose artwork is selected will be awarded incredible prizes. As a special opportunity for this year’s contest, one entry may be selected as Orangutan SAFE’s new logo.
Do you know of a student that may want to participate, a teacher or school that may want to spread the word, or are you willing to share it with your followers on social media? Please help us spread the word about this unique opportunity.
WHAT IS SAFE?
Saving Animals From Extinction (SAFE) is an Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) program. SAFE joins the 180 million annual zoo and aquarium visitors with the resources and collective expertise of AZA members and partners to save the most vulnerable wildlife species. The Orangutan SAFE program (OSAFE) focuses on the conservation of the wild orangutan population.
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?
Students that are in grades 6th-12th grade (includes home school) and are legal residents of the United States.
We are looking for drawn, painted or digitally created 2-D art! The art should incorporate an artistic representation of an orangutan or physical features associated with orangutans. For more details on contest requirements, see the informational packet accessible by using the link below.
MORE INFORMATION AND SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
For more information and for our information packet, click on this link: http://bit.ly/OSAFEArtContestPacket
Orangutan SAFE Education Team