Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham’s MIND BRAIN CENTER has started a new initiative, the Brain Art 2023 competition. This competition’s goal is to promote brain health awareness and reduce the stigmatization associated with brain disorders. The competition encourages individuals of all ages and artistic abilities to utilize their creativity and produce artwork that visualizes brain disorders.
The deadline for submissions is April 23rd, 2023, with winners being announced a few days after the competition concludes.
Winners in each category of the competition stand a chance to receive exciting prizes.
Entries are accepted in three categories for the competition, which include pencil drawing, painting, and digital drawing. There are no registration fees, and participants can submit any number of entries per registration. The theme for this year’s competition is “Breaking the Stigma: Visualizing Brain Disorders.”
To participate, entrants must create original artwork and ensure it is free of offensive or insensitive material. Organizers reserve the right to make the final decisions. Submissions must be sent via the submission link in the highest resolution, preferred vector (.eps), or raster formats (.jpeg, .pdf, .png). The artwork should be 11 inches x 16.5 inches in size, with a file size under 10 MB and 300 DPI resolution.
To promote brain awareness within society, submit your entries to the Brain Art 2023 competition. For additional information about the competition, please visit the Mind Brain Center website or Facebook page. The submission link can be found at https://www.amrita.edu/events/brain-art-competition-2023/
Dr. Shyam Diwakar, Director, Amrita Mind Brain Center said, “Art is a powerful means to enhance awareness and comprehension of intricate medical issues. The Brain Art 2023 initiative aims to encourage artists to leverage their talents to help eliminate the obstacles that hinder individuals from seeking treatment for brain disorders.”