The XRadianZ Young Masters Art Interpretation Event
The first Young Masters Art Interpretation Event was held at Crossword (Civil Lines, Nagpur, India) on Sunday, May 22, 2011. The objective of the XRadianZ Young Masters event is to stimulate subconscious creativity and bring out artistic talent in children at an early age by giving them a chance to appreciate and interpret in their own ways, the works of Masters of the Impressionist era such as Monet, Degas and Renoir or, Renaissance painters such as Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo or, others like Picasso, Vincent van Gogh, Rembrandt and Dali.
For this event, the ageless masterpieces created by da Vinci (Mona Lisa)
and van Gogh (The Starry Night) were displayed to participants. Twenty-three
children (12 girls and 11 boys) took part in the event representing Kindergarten
to Grades IX from thirteen local area schools (Bhavan’s BP Vidya
Mandir, Bhartiya Krishna Vidya Vihar School, Bishop Cotton High School,
Blind Relief Association's Mundle English School, Centre Point School,
DG Khetan School, Delhi Public School, Little Woods, Narayana Vidyalayam,
Seventh Day Adventist High School, Somalwar High School, St. Francis De
Sales High School and St. Joseph’s Convent).
Rules for the event
1. The event was open to children ages 5-15 years
2. All entries must be created by hand by the student her/himself without external aid
3. All entries must be original & unpublished
4. Entries may be made with any materials, viz., water colors, oil paint, charcoal, crayons, etc.
5. Entries may be submitted in any form - drawings, paintings, sketches, etc.
6. All entries must be interpretations (not just imitations) of the reference artwork supplied
7. All entries must be submitted in A2 size drawing paper (size 420 mm x 594 mm )
8. Entries should not be have been submitted elsewhere at the time of submission
9. Drawings will not be returned and XRadianZ reserves rights to all entries
10. All entries will be evaluated by XRadianZ and all decisions will be final
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da Vinci's Mona Lisa, circa 1503
van Gogh's The Starry Night, circa 1889