Winners of the Comics Contest dedicated to the great sculptor Constantin Brâncuși
Article published on 26-10-2021
Between June and October 2021, CNR UNESCO organized a comic book competition dedicated to the great sculptor Constantin Brâncuși. The contest was intended for students in grades I - VIII in public or private schools in Romania, coordinated by the author and comic book teacher Mihai I. Grăjdeanu. The participants were invited to make a comic book page with one of the four components of the Constantin Brâncuși Sculptural Ensemble from Târgu Jiu or all together and to send a message: what does "The Way of Heroes" mean to them.
The winners of the comic contest dedicated to the great sculptor Constantin Brâncuși:
AGE GROUP 2-4
1st PLACE - Ana Rezi, cls. IV, Little Genius School, Bucharest
2nd PLACE - Cezar Tudorache, cls. IV, F.G. Lorca, Bucharest
3rd PLACE - Dacian Andrei, cls. IV, Comic Opera for Children, Bucharest
AGE GROUP 5-6
1st PLACE - Andrei Tudorache, cls. VI, F.G. Lorca, Bucharest
2nd PLACE - Ioan Pavel, cls. V, St. Antim Ivireanu Technological High School, Bucharest
and Ioana Anton, cls. VI, Secondary School 179, Bucharest
3rd PLACE - Petruța Ana Maria, cls. VI, Pavel Dan Theoretical High School, Câmpia Turzii, Cluj County
AGE GROUP 7-8
1st PLACE - Croitoru Florina Cristina - cls. VII, Petre Ispirescu Secondary School, Constanța
2nd PLACE - Neagu Sara, cls. VIII, Gymnasium School no. 2, Cernavoda
3rd PLACE - Vereș Robert Andrei, cls. VII, Moeciu de Jos Secondary School, Brașov County
The prize consists of a 3-day trip to Târgu Jiu to visit the Constantin Brâncuși Sculptural Ensemble. Due to the restrictions imposed by the pandemic, this trip is postponed until a later date. The winners will be contacted to finalize the details.
Students who have submitted works in the competition will receive a diploma of participation in electronic format on the email address declared at registration by the teacher / contact person of the educational unit. An exhibition with the works of the winners will be organized at the UNESCO CNR headquarters in Bucharest.