Children's Art Competition 2022


  • The Hidden Gallery Kids’ Art Competition 2022

    The Hidden Gallery Kids’ Art Competition 2022

    The Kids' Art Competition 2022 is here and the focus this year will be on wildlife and climate change


    Recreate one of the fantastic artworks from our website with an environmental twist.


    You could transform Banksy's Bomb Hugger (2003) into a tree hugger, or Andy Warhol's Saint Apollonia (1984) into David Attenborough.


    The competition is open to all children aged 0 to 17 and will run from the 24th June to the 24th August 2022. 

  • How To Enter

    How to enter:
    1. Have a good look through the artworks on our website and choose one that you’d like to reimagine.
    2. Recreate your chosen piece with an environmental twist. It can be a drawing, painting, sculpture or any other medium you like.
    3. Ask your parents to upload your artwork using the button below, and we will put it up on our website to show the world your talent - we may even feature it on our social media channels.
    4. Remember to let us know your name, age and the original artwork that inspired you.

    At the end of the competition, our expert jury will choose a winner in the following age groups: 0 - 8, 9 - 13, 14 - 17. Good luck



     (If your entry is a video please click here to email it to us)


    Please make sure that you have read and are happy with the terms and conditions of this competition and that you agree to us using the image, childs name & age on our website and social media channels. Please see full terms and conditions here

  • The Prizes



    Hidden are delighted to be giving away a limited edition prints from acclaimed artists Chila Kumari Singh Burman, Heather Phillipson and Bob and Roberta Smith. Each piece has been designed exclusively for the Art For Your World campaign.


    Art For Your World is WWF's campaign to mobilise and unite the art world in the fight against the climate crisis. The funds raised by Art For Your World will be used to support key areas of WWF's work that contribute to combatting dangerous climate change, such as: halting deforestation; supporting communities; restoring trees and forests; replanting seagrass meadows; protecting endangered species; and promoting sustainable lifestyles.


    Each piece is also available to purchase directly from the Art For Your World website.


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  • Click here to see all the entries to this years competition

  • Popular Artists - For Inspiration

  • See the winners and entries from our 2021 kids art competition