1. Make a short film about yourself and your creative process and enter it via ENTRY FORM (This is optional but highly recommended to all participants). The best films will be uploaded to MASK Prize YouTube and maybe shown at the Award Ceremony or exhibitions.
2. Become part of the MASK Prize movement, join the social media platforms:
HOW TO PREPARE YOUR ENTRIES:
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Do not hesitate to contact us for help with the entering process.
WHAT IS CREATIVITY?
Creativity is the ability to generate and implement new nonroutine solutions that effectively solve problems. Creative people devise new ideas by connecting wide range of knowledge across various disciplines and domains, and they do it primarily with the help of their visual system. Images, not numbers or words, play central role in creative thinking. Practicing art from the early age, therefore, is critical to creativity learning. By experimenting in the arts - with new medium, forms and ideas - young people learn to innovate better than in any other subject.
Creativity is synonymous with technological advancement, innovation, inventiveness, resourcefulness, adaptivity, ingenuity, imagination, outside-box-thinking, changing paradigm, eureka, initiative, value-creation, vision, individuality, risk-taking, personal effectiveness, and bringing change. Send in your description of creativity
“We believe in MASK Prize cause to grow creativity of the younger generations
to encourage innovation and a creation of a better future for them.”
Caroline Wachira-Wanyama of Kenyan Citizen TV
"MASK Prize gives young Africans their humanity back."
Pioneer of Modern African Art and MASK Patron artist Ibrahim El-Salahi
Art by some of our artists are own by Barack and Michelle Obama
"Dear Kivuthi, Duncun and Benson,
As our world grows increasingly interdepended, we look forward to working together to the benefit of all nations
and to strengthening the bonds between people."
Barack and Michelle Obama