8th BIENNALE 2018 Art with flavors, colors and fragrances
The Museum and the Academy of Children’s Art organizes the 8th BIENNALE Children’s Art, thus embracing love, peace, friendship and solidarity among the peoples of the world.
Through this contest we build bridges of love among the peoples of the world, respecting their peculiarity and their tradition.
The theme we chose in the 8th Biennale 2018-2019 is:
Art with flavors, colors and fragrances
It concerns our diet and decoration of our dishes on the table, as art and as culture.
The art of eating is a great part of our life.
It begins from the cultivation of raw materials, which vary from country to country.
The way of cultivation, biodiversity, the fruits and plants which feed the people on the planet, are a unique representation of images that vary according to the geographical lengths and widths of the countries.
They begin from cultivation and they come to the orchard, the garden, the field, the fishing and the hunting, till the harvest.
Handmade or through technical processing, daily food, arrives at our home.
Cooking, smells, flavors and decoration, make up much of the culture of the peoples.
The poor or rich food on the table, always brings together the family or friends and they all share around this table, their joy, their happiness or their sadness.
This is a general picture of the civilized world, but there is also a large part of the population of the Earth who is hungry and lives under terrible conditions.
The great need for food has led scientists to produce mutant foods that are immensely entering our table but we do not know what impact this will have on human’s health.
What is the future of the food for next generations?
All children from 4 to 17 years of age may enter by sending a small piece of their souls and thoughts.
Please inform the agencies (schools, cultural centers, museums and painting workshops) for the World Biennale 2018-2019 Contest.
Your country’s participation is particularly important in this global event.
Thank you in advance.
With Best Regards
Academy and the Museum of Children’s Art