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International Polar Bear Day Art Contest Students, from Kindergarten to Grade 12, from Pembina Hills Regional School Division and Alberta Distance Learning Centre, are invited to celebrate this year’s International Polar Bear Day through artistic expression. We are inviting you to create and share a form of visual art (i.e. painting, photography, sketch, drawing, digital...

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Save animals. Save humanity. To survive today, other animals must endure global warming, pollution and fewer habitats. More tragically, they must endure the silence of human hearts.
Tags: white, animals, sun, water, bear, penguin, ocean, save
hakob_kojoyan Mixed Media
Discovery During the beginning of the pandemic and lockdown I’ve started going in my backyard more often and made the discovery of clay in the bottom of a hole! I mixed it with water and made miniature bear, cat, and bowl sculptures out of it. The moss growing beautifully on our worn down fence was the perfect “gallery” space to display them on. Looking...
Tags: art, sculpture, clay, bear, cat, pandemic, lockdown, nature, outdoors
lisalam1 Sculpture
Polar bear vs. Global Warming Our animals are also suffering
Sofiapiva Drawing, Pencil
Lonely Polar Bear The polar bear can only live at the edge of the ice. The world becomes warm and the ice melts. He is hungry, but cannot go far. The number of polar bears is getting smaller.
AlisonSpear Drawing, Pencil-crayon
Save the Bears Polar bears are starving because they have to swim so far to reach their food. They have to wait a long time to eat - eight months! Sometimes the mum bears are dying, too. Our whole earth gets too hot for them. Indigenous youth can speak up, stand up, and write to Justin Trudeau. We kids can walk or carpool to school, and buy things that last.
AlisonSpear Markers
Save the polar bears by not littering. The polar bear here is starving. There is no ice anywhere near him. I can protect his habitat by not littering, since it all ends up in the ocean. One way I share my indigenous knowledge of the land is by telling others what I notice, but it is just as important to listen to elders.
AlisonSpear Drawing, Pencil-crayon
Polar Bears are In Trouble See how his eyes do not look good? The polar bear can only live in his home. His home is changing. The fish are too far and he cannot catch seals. The happy polar bear lives where it is just right.
AlisonSpear Mixed Media
We Need to Save the Polar Bear The polar bear is sad and hungry because his ice is melting and he is starving. Kids should not throw bottles in the rivers anywhere, because the plastic ends up in the ocean. I can hold signs to make people aware. I share my indigenous knowledge when I play with friends and show them my toy bear.
AlisonSpear Mixed Media
Help Polar Bears Polar bears are hungry and unhappy because the ice is shrinking. You can walk or bike to school to slow global warming. We share indigenous knowledge of the world when we Skype.
AlisonSpear Markers
The Last Polar Bears The harming of polar bears has never stopped. The number of polar bears is decreasing, and the rate will increase if icebergs keep melting. We hope everyone can help reduce the emission of carbon dioxide and use energy efficiently.
Tags: environment, nature, climate change, global warming, ocean, animals, Decarbonize, climate action, conservation, wildlife, life, melting, art, #savetheplanet, #actnow
Meimei-Taiwan Drawing, Pencil-crayon