" I dream of a world where people from Ancient Civilizations can travel through time to visit me, and share their knowledge, their cultures, and their experiences."
---- Carolyn Chu, 10
Taipei American School
" I love pink dolphins.
Dolphins are smart too.
Dolphins like their environment- beautiful blue sea. "
---- Christina Quin, 7
Luckie Art Studio
Sudbury, MA, USA
" I like candy.
Here, I am eating a gumball. They are a lot of candies, pizza and french fries too..."
---- Kunsh Vishwakarma, 7
Tom Matsumoto Elementary School
San Jose, CA
"I want to plant more trees on earth; do my best in recycling things; and encourage clean energy.
I want to devote myself in protecting the environment.
I want to keep sky blue; bird singing, and flower blooming."
---- Audrey Wu, 8
Taipei Lihu Elementary School
"Women together are powerful.
The differences i n ages and nationalities should not separate anyone because including everyone into a group of whole leads to thoughtful ideas that will change the world."
---- Charlize Lamb, 15
Taipei american School
" I will always remember my meeting with 911 Firemen in New York City."
---- Selina Li, 7
Fremont, CA, USA
" I love animals and like them lining up two by two, as in the old days of Noah! I like painting the animals with different bright colours. Just like us, all the animals can put on various types of clothes."
----Kwok Tsz Long Ethan, 4
" Larasati is a lady warrior in Javanese history. It is one of a popular puppet character showing her brave and strength."
---- Salsalina Larasati, 11
" Being a quiet person, I sometime felt pressured by social and academic standards with expect me to be a collaborative person.
but how am I supposed to meet those expectations when I struggle with self-expression? "
---- Ardhaneswari Hanadyas, 15
Global Jaya International school
Jawa Barat, Indonesia
" This octopus' tentacles remind me of multitasking women who are pulled in many directions at the same time. The movements of the octopus also represent the elegance and skillfulness of women."
---- Yasemin Cengic, 15
A selected number of artists, of age 15 and under, will receive the Advena World Young Artist Award.
Children from around the world are welcome to submit their drawings, paintings, photos, and other original artworks filled with ideas that describe their understanding of the world, what they adore, their dreams, their environments, family and friends, and important events.
Previous Advena World International Children's Art Exhibition Brochure | Selected entries 2017 | 2016 | 2015
" My World God's eye is upon my home, nature and me."
---- Isabel Wang, 12
Taipei American School