celebrating art raising awareness and of our amazing coral ecosystem
a free and open submission award for visual artists
an opportunity to exhibit work and win a prize

Artists’ registration now open
Deadline 30 April 2022

Artists are invited to create works that will raise collective awareness and engage the public in pressing social and environmental issues.

A selection of the best works will be judged then exhibited at the Caudan Arts Centre as part of a series of public events aimed at better understanding our amazing coral ecosystems.

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celebrate art

I am an artist
Create your art and submit one or more works for a chance to take part in our 2022 event and win a prize.
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I love art
Vote for your favourite artwork and come to the live exhibition and events.
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raise awareness

I am passionate about the environment
Get involved in protecting our exquisite coral reefs and coastal ecosystems by learning about them and finding ways to participate in conservation and restoration efforts.
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My organisation is involved in marine conservation or restoration
Get in touch for an opportunity to promote your work.
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2022 theme

our amazing coral
ecosystems

Reefs, lagoons, beaches, mangroves and the
communities they support

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call to visual artists

Professional, amateur and young artists are invited to submit one or more works exploring the current theme.
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total prizes worth over
Rs 600,000


Art has a healing function… art is definitely not there just ‘for art’s sake’. It is a tool to help us to live and die well; it opens our eyes, it returns us to a sense of creativity, it connects us with strangers, it shakes us from political complacency, it stills our agitated hearts.

Alain de Botton, philosopher
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