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The Endangered

Can Art Save Them?

A Global Art Competition
3-D Virtual Gallery Exhibition
1 Nov - 31 Dec 2020
Artist Call Submission Deadline:
17 October 2020 - ENDED

image courtesy of artist, Noah Hartley 

Black Cockatoo, watercolor, pen & ink, 2020

This is the spirit of this artist call.


Jibin George, Juror


“We Make a Living by What We Get, But We Make a Life by What We Give.”

~ Winston Churchill


Artists can be motivated by many things, but in all cases their main vision is to create something beautiful, something that provokes, to express emotion, or to make people think and take action.  Art is the perfect vehicle to raise awareness of a specific cause and that’s exactly what Art Impact® International is doing.  Beautiful art is the best way to draw attention to today’s threats because it connects with people on an emotional level. Being capable of going to the place where beliefs and attitudes are formed is the only way to change them.

Art can provoke empathy.  For example, a painting showing the effects of how the world would look if tigers or koalas are extinguished may get the point across. The amazing thing about art is that artists can create anything they feel is important for people to know about their impact on global warming.  You have to keep in mind that art exists to make people feel a certain way when they look at it. Because everyone has different feelings artists have the power to profoundly impact the minds of people and help them to take action.

Art Impact® International wants to get other artists to show people their impact on the planet.  Can art save the endangered animals, and other life and plants on Earth?  One of the main advantages of this initiative is that it reaches out to different people in different circles to spread the word.  If you are an artist and want to make a difference go submit your work, join the competition and see how you can make a difference with your art.

“You give but little when you give of possessions. It is when you give of yourself that you truly give.” ~ Kahlil Gibran


First Prize : $300

Second Prize : $150

Third Prize : $50

Ten Honorable Mentions : Their artwork to be included in the virtual gallery exhibition along with the other prize winners.


All accepted artwork will be included in the group video and featured on this A.I.I. website.


ENTRY FEE: FREE to enter up to three works of art ($0) 



  1. Ages 18 years and older may submit an entry.

  2. The competition is open to artists anywhere in the world.

  3. All entries must be submitted online (JPG format 1MB-5MB )

  4. All media are accepted and judged according to the quality of work and adherence to the theme. 

  5. Winners will be notified through email.

  6. One entry of up to three images per participant is accepted.  The submission form is not saveable, so once started you must complete the form before submission.  If you submit more than once, your latest submission will be considered and previous ones deleted.

  7. The decision of the Jurors is final.

  8. The paintings submitted by the artists may be used for further marketing, publications, or exhibitions. Art images with copyright watermarks and pending patents are not accepted.

  9. By submitting artworks, the artists agree to grant the Organizers limited Use Rights.  Read Use Rights Agreement Here.


Submission Deadline: 17 October 2020 - ENDED

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