Vancouver Get to Know Contest leader and Rotary Club president-elect, Terry Gunderson spoke to the Global News team yesterday about one of the city's cultural landmarks.
Kids can get pretty excited about their wild neighbors, and bats are no exception. These amazing flying mammals were a special focus of the 2014 Get to Know Contest and our friends at Bat Conservation International have now picked a winning bat-inspired entry!
Over 300 youth created art, photography, video and writing inspired by migratory birds for the 2014 Get to Know Contest. Here are the top five entries that are getting special recognition.
The parks staff in Prince George County (MD) know the secret to getting kids active outdoors: art - and they're showing us why in a special exhibit.
Help us inspire youth to 'get to know' their wild neighbours.
Our partners at the City of Los Angeles announced this week six young finalists in the 2014 Get to Know Contest.
Want to have all the outstanding nature-inspired contest art at your fingertips? Order the 2015 Get to Know Contest Calendar featuring winning art, photography and poetry entries created youth from across Canada and the United States.
Out of twelve incredible pieces of environmental statement art, three were selected by a panel of adjudicators and audience voters: the "Grassland Series" of art, photography and film by Colin Starkevich (age 21), "I Wonder" original song composition by Rachel Layne (age 18) and Ocean Interpretive Dance led by Mya Kough (age 16).
From oceans to grasslands and film to fashion, it was a spectacular collision of nature and art at this year’s Unconference. Twelve passionate young artists took the stage to share powerful messages of sustainability and environmental conservation, and through their creative voices, captured the minds and hearts of the audience
Young artists from across the continent will gather in Kelowna, BC this October to share their creative talents and make a powerful statement about the environment.