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Art with conservation

TWASI 29th Annual Exhibition at Nature in Art 2021

Exhibition Photographs 2021

 

TWASI Online Gallery 2021 – 2022

 

This years charity is Explorers Against Extinction

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE EXPLORERS AGAINST EXTINCTION CHARITY PLEASE VISIT THEIR WEBSITE – HTTPS://EXPLORERSAGAINSTEXTINCTION.CO.UK/

 

Click here for more information on the 2021 Annual Exhibition

 

Exhibition Awards and Judges Comments 

 

Click here to view 2019 Annual Exhibition Awards at Nature in Art

Please click below to view recent years Exhibition Award Winners:

 2018 Annual Exhibition Awards Page

2017 Annual Exhibition Award Winners Page

2016 Annual Exhibition Award Winners Page

 

Charity News

John Horton presenting the raffle money amounting to £1,220  raised throughout the exhibition week from the generous donations of original artwork by various TWASI members to Mr Dukes representing Explorers Against Extinction.

John Horton presenting the raffe money raised throughout the week from the generous donations of original artwork from various TWASI members to Mr Dukes representi

Explorers Against Extinction is a wildlife conservation campaign organised by registered UK charity the Real World Conservation Trust (UK charity No 1177505). The primary aims of the campaign are to raise awareness about the threats facing the world’s most iconic species and their habitats while also raising significant funds for nominated projects pivotal in the battle to protect them.

Every year it runs the Sketch for Survival initiative, asking professional artists and celebrities for a 26-minute sketch to highlight the shocking statistic that an elephant is poached every 26 minutes on average in the wild. It also runs the SFS Introducing free-to-enter competition allowing any artist to support the campaign and have the opportunity to have their artwork featured on the national tour and be crowned Artist of the Year. In 2019 the initiative was supported by over 500 artists from 30+ countries, as well as celebrities including Dame Judi Dench and Sir Ranulph Fiennes.

General: https://explorersagainstextinction.co.uk

Art initiatives: https://explorersagainstextinction.co.uk/initiatives/sketch-for-survival



 

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