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Enter Canada's largest art and creative writing competition for Indigenous youth!

Open to Canadians of Indigenous ancestry (self-identified Status, Non-Status, Inuit or Métis) between the ages of 6 and 29, this competition invites youth to create a piece of art or writing that explores Indigenous culture or heritage.

Your entry must include a 200- to 400-word artist's or author's statement explaining how your piece explores Indigenous culture or heritage.

Art submissions must be two-dimensional in nature and may include sketches, paintings or photography. Writing submissions can be in any genre: short stories, plays, poetry, screenplays, etc. If you are between the ages of 14 and 18, your story submission(s) should be no longer than 1400 words.

The competition deadline is March 31, 2018.

Explore the Arts & Stories Collection to read winning entries from previous years. Competition guidelines are also available on the site. You may submit your entry online or by mail.

Download the 2018 rules and regulations here (PDF).

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Programs of study directly linked

College-level

  • Illustration (574.A0)
  • Professional Photography (570.F0)

University-level

  • Creative Writing
  • Drama
  • English and Creative Writing
  • English: Drama and Theatre
  • Fine Arts
  • First Peoples Studies
  • Painting and Drawing
  • Photography
  • Print Media
  • Studio Art
  • Theatre: Performance Creation

Programs of study indirectly linked

University-level

  • Art Education/Visual Arts
  • Canadian Studies
  • Communication and Cultural Studies
  • Communication Studies
  • English and History
  • English and Intercultural Studies: Professional Writing, Literature and Translation
  • English Language Studies
  • English Literature
  • English Literature and Linguistics
  • English: Cultural Studies
  • Intermedia
  • Journalism
  • Liberal Arts
  • Secondary Education and Drama
  • Secondary Education and English
  • Secondary Education and Fine Arts

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