With the support of Pangea eco card, a competition to make the best Scream from Nature is now launched among Norwegian schools.
All schools in Norway are invited to compete in making Norway’s best Scream from Nature. The jury will look at both the environmental effect of the Scream, and the artistic look of it. Three winners will receive a prize of 5.000 NOK to be spent on an outdoor activity of their choice. Further, they will be invited to the Partnership for Change conference in Oslo in May 2014 to present their contributions.
In the jury: Elsebet Kjerschow from the National Museum of Norway and project leader of Munch150, Olaf Brastad from the environmental NGO Bellona, photo journalist Fatima Elkadi and the artist behind the Scream from Nature; Lise Wulff.
In collaboration with 8th-10th grade at Drøbak Montessori Ungdomsskole, we have developed a suggested way to use the Scream from Nature project in the school system. Both with an introductory movie, suggested tasks, places to find information about the environment and recycling issues, and links to videos about Edvard Munch.
Deadline for participation is the 10th of April 2014. More info to be found here (Norwegian).