Breathe Easy Art Contest for Kids

The BC Green Langley Riding Association is hosting a children’s art contest to see how kids imagine our Langley communities when we can all breathe easy. Three winning artists will receive a prize and have their art used to promote a green future for Langley!

Until June 19th, entries will be posted on the BC Greens of Langley Riding Association Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages. Winners will be announced on July 5th using our social media and by email.

The contest is open to children aged 4–12 years old who live in the Township of Langley or Langley City. We want to see in your artwork your vision for a world in which people, animals, and BC’s plants are all able to “breathe easy.”

What are the contest entry rules?

  • Can be produced:
    • traditionally, eg. crayon, pencil crayon, felt marker, watercolour or oil paint, etc., or
    • by computer-generation, with a resolution of 200 dpi or higher
    • How and when will the contest be judged?

A panel of 2 Langley artists will pick 3 winners. Below you can find the bios of the two artists who will be joining the panel.

What is the prize?

  • Each winner will receive a $50 Opus Art Supplies – Langley gift certificate.
  • Winners will also be announced on the BC Greens of Langley social media platforms as well as in our e-newsletter.
  • Winners could also have their artwork used to promote BC Greens of Langley events such as our Clean-Up Days.

To enter the contest, please submit the artwork at using the fillable PDF form here and emailing it to lls@bcgreens.ca

Russell Leng


Russell Leng is a practising artist and instructor in the Art + Design program at Trinity Western University. He received an MFA in Contemporary Art Practice from Edinburgh College of Art in 2013 and has exhibited both locally and abroad. He has let us know that he is looking forward to seeing what the
kids create!


Deborah Dejong


Deborah Dejong’s been a Langley resident for many years and was an elementary teacher in several Langley schools. Since then she has raised three kids, lots of chickens, taught herself photography and begun painting on top of her photo images. She’s happy to have been able to show her work at a downtown bookstore/gallery late last fall! “Creative expression is one of the ways we can explore a broader range of our human potential,” Deb says. “let’s get out the crayons!"

When
Mon. Jun 1, 2020 at 8:00 AM to Sat. Jun 20, 2020 at 8:00 AM
Contact
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Where
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