Environmental advertisement contest about Lake Peipsi

Peipsi Center for Transboundary Cooperation is looking for the creative artworks which are calling to act environmentally friendly 

Estonia-Russia CBC program project  ER101 “GreenMind: Raising Environmental Awareness in Estonian-Russian Border Area” has opened environmental advertisement contest about Lake Peipsi, with a deadline 10th of January 2021.

More information: http://ctc.ee/activities-and-projects/running/greenmind/greenmindart

The aim of the competition is to encourage people to behave more environmentally friendly through the art messages. Artworks should draw attention to the problems of Lake Peipsi (environmental, social, economic, etc.) and visions for the future; we also expect the authors to make notion on the cross border environmental issues.

It is an international competition that takes place in two stages.
– Stage 1 – national competition / separate competitions in Estonia and Russia;
– Stage 2 – international  phase: study trip and a joint Estonian-Russian seminar in Pskov region, scheduled for June 2021.

What we are looking for

We expect different forms of self-expression, which can be comics, photos, photo collages, videos and animations or a combination of different media. Each participant can submit up to two works. The target groups of the competition are: gymnasium students (15+ year); students, creative and environmental specialists, etc.

Submission of works

The deadline for submitting your works is no later than at midnight at 23:59 on January 10th 2021.

Best artworks will be published on the web exhibition of the on the GreenMind project, on the website http://ctc.ee/activities-and-projects/running/greenmind/greenmindart and on Facebook.

The authors of the best artworks (10 people) have an opportunity to participate in a 3-day long study trip/workshop in Pskov in June 2021, where a joint seminar and meeting with the with the winners of Pskov region contest  takes place. All related travel expenses will be covered by organisers.

The prize fund of the competition includes also the gift cards of the art shops.


The Contest is held within the framework of the GreenMind project with the support of the Estonia-Russia Cross-border Cooperation Programme 2014-2020. Co-funding support by The Foundation Environmental Investments Centre 

Estonia-Russia Cross Border Cooperation Programme 2014-2020 aims to foster cross border cooperation across the borders between the Republic of Estonia and the Russian Federation to promote socio-economic development in the regions on both sides of the common borders. The Programme web-site is www.estoniarussia.eu.   

Additional information:

Ederi Ojasoo
+372 56 636 264