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CHANGE in Wood Culture - Environment

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CHANGE

We’re living in a rapidly changing world, people make changes to improve their life, to inherit and preserve their culture, to enhance their living environment and nature. That being said, the contest is looking for photographs that can best represent what has been changed to people’s perception of wood use and how the change is affecting the world today.

Environment Category - Explore the impact on nature in terms of the wood usage today

This is a contest with a "elite license" at VOUBS. All the prize awards are guaranteed and witheld from the organizer by VOUBS!

Total Prizes for the “CHANGE” contests:

GRAND PRIZE (1) - $2,500 (USD)

● The winning photographer will be awarded with a $2,500 cash prize.

● The winning photograph will be exhibited at the 2019 World Wood Day Event.

OVERALL CATEGORY WINNERS (3) - $1,800 (USD)

● The winning photographers will be awarded with a $1,800 cash prize.

● The winning photographs will be exhibited at the 2019 World Wood Day Event.

HONORABLE MENTIONS (30) - $300 (USD)

● The winning photographers will be awarded with a $300 cash prize.

● The winning photographs will be exhibited at the 2019 World Wood Day Event.

* Prize above does not include any tax or transfer fee.

* Each photograph will only be awarded with one (1) prize.

WOOD IS GOOD!

World Wood Day is on March 21st, the vernal equinox, to highlight wood as an eco-friendly and renewable biomaterial and to raise awareness on the key role wood plays in a sustainable world through biodiversity and forest conservation. The day serves as a reminder of the importance and true value of wood and its responsible uses.

EXPLORE AND EXPERIENCE

A major event is organized annually on March 21, usually week-long, to celebrate wood across disciplines. Artists, educators, hobbyists, and industries come together from different lands, languages and cultures to share experiences, skills and passions for wood. The event centralizes various uses of wood which allows extrapolation and eventual application to individual lifestyles. Satellite events are organized in different regions throughout the year to continue the exploration and experiences.

International Wood Culture Society (IWCS) is a non-profit, non-governmental international network of wood enthusiasts, dedicated to the research, education and promotion of wood culture.

 

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