The drawing of a Kazakh girl that depicts a world free from nuclear explosions was recognized as the best at the Global Scholar Art Campaign in Vienna

VIENNA - “Kazakhstan is a unique country in terms of its contribution to a Nuclear Test Ban", said the contest organizer Joaquín Antuña, the President and founder of the Peace and Cooperation NGO with Special Consultative Status of the United Nations at the award ceremony of the Global Scholar Art Campaign in Hofburg Imperial Palace in Vienna.

The artistic contest aimed at children of school age between 5 and 7 years has been announced for all the States signed the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT). According to the results of the selection process over 1000 art works were received from more than 25 countries of the world. Zhasmin Kenesbay (7 years) from the Abyl Tarakuly Kazakh Art School in Aktau city and a part of the Kazakhstan Federation of UNESCO Clubs was selected among the top twelve art submissions.

A special exhibition with the best artwork was displayed in Hofburg on June 24-28, 2019, as a side-event to the CTBTO Science and Technology Conference 2019. Also a virtual art gallery with more than 200 works of young artists is organized on the website of the NGO Peace and Cooperation.

Created at : 1.07.2019, 19:25, Updated at : 1.07.2019, 19:25