The Graines d’Artistes Children’s Arts Competition is an annual international free competition open to children and young people age 3 to 25 from across the world. There are 5 age group categories, as well as a medical-social category open to children and young people with disability aged from 3 to 25 years.
Hosted by The Louis Francois Centre for UNESCO in France, the competition was created in 1994 and invites children to enter their artwork along an annual theme.
100 winners receive a medal and a diploma of honour and all nominees receive a diploma.The centre’s mission is to inscribe childhood and youth in the collective human memory, so all entries are conserved in the art library.
Entries should be sent directly to Centre pour l’UNESCO Louis François (Concours de dessins), Hôtel du Petit Louvre, 1, rue Linard Gonthier, B.P. 279, 10008 Troyes Cedex, France, using the entry form found on their website.