Please check the document below for full information about this competition including how to set out an explanation of the choices you have made. Upload a picture of your finished artwork to purple mash together with your explanation about the symbolism of your Artwork.
The possible themes are below but please read the document in full before you start your artwork.
God’s good earth? The beauty of the earth is celebrated in many religions, but the human spoiling of the earth is a danger and a coming crisis. Can you make a work of art that shows what you think about our beautiful world? Does it belong to God? To us? To all the animals? Should we pray for the world?
B. Holy Words! What words are holy for you? Select sayings or stories you love about peace, faith, unity, prayer or another spiritual idea. Incorporate your holy words into your art work. What is so great about the ‘holy words’ you chose? Can you use some quotes from holy books you love or have learned about in RE? What about some non-religious wise words?
C. Where is God? Is God in your heart? In prayer? In the temple or the universe? Or is she hiding? Is he not there at all? Looking for God is something almost everyone does sometimes but how are we doing in finding God? Would you search with google or a ‘goddetector’? Can God be found by prayer? Use some ideas from different religions and beliefs and your own mind to make a work of art on this theme.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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