In celebration of Earth Week, we invite artists to be part of the online global Placemake Earth movement. DTSA will create an album collection of local artists’ work (images, videos, sound) to display online. Your work should be centered on the environment and it will be shared with local educators to integrate into their arts programming and/or environmental curricula, as well as be shared on social media to expand its reach, and generate a global conversation about climate change.
By supporting the Santa Ana Artist community, this Defend The Earth challenge will help build consensus within our community, to begin dialogues on further actions that will to effect behavior change and the inspire us to act to protect the Earth.
Submit to: firstname.lastname@example.org | Deadline: April 27, 2020
Submit your Earth artwork to be recognized as a “The Defend The Earth” Artist
Invite artists engaged with the environment to your community, school, house of worship or business to exhibit their work on our online platform
Create a short film or artwork about Earth Day or the environment
Design an Earth Day poster
If you are a composer, write a song about Earth Day or an environmental issue
If you are a community leader, sponsor a digital concert in your area with any proceeds donated to local environmental concerns
If you are a teacher or administrator in a school, get students to send in artwork in honor of Earth Day.
Submit images of you trash to art designs
DISCLAIMER: This program is voluntary to participate in and is purely for the joy of sharing and caring about the Earth. No compensation is offered. Any of your content we share shall reference the author