Top 100 #Kidspaintcorona art campaign 2020

Dear young artists around the world, followers, partners and friends!

We are happy to announce and show the world how children all over the planet experienced the Corona-time. SEE GALLERY BELOW OF THE TOP-100.

Together we collected more than 5500 pieces of art: Kids from 64 countries submitted their pictures, the youngest one was not even 2 years old. We are overwhelmed by this response and by the high quality of the entries! We’ve spent quite some time to view all the entries and had a hard time to put together a selection of 100 pictures that we hereby share with you – and the world. Please note! We are not presenting the BEST pieces of art – every picture is unique and should be shown to the world. We tried to create a wide selection that represents the variety of themes, of the different countries and ages of the children. SCROLL DOWN TO THE BOTTOM FOR FACTSHEET AND MORE INFO:



What happens next?

In addition to our Online Gallery which presents more than 1300 pictures a physical exhibition in The International Museum of Children’s Art  is planned in September, starting on Tuesday 15th.

Facts about #kidspaintcorona art campaign:

  • –  more than 5500 pieces of art submitted
  • –  entries from 64 countries(Argentina, Armenia, Austria, Australia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Belarus, Belgium, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Hong Kong China, Honduras, Colombia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, El Salvador, Ecuador, Finland, France, Germany, Ghana, Greece, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Lithuania, Malaysia, Macedonia, Mexico, Morocco, Myanmar, Netherlands, Nigeria, Norway, Pakistan, Philippines, Portugal, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland, Tanzania, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States of America, Uzbekistan)
  • –  youngest artist: 23 months (Cataline, Belgium)
  • – oldest artist: 18 years (Mira, Germany)
  • –  Main topics:– The virus itself in different varieties
    – rainbows as a sign of encouragement to other children
    – things, that children miss, mostly grandparents, footballs, playgrounds and friends- live before Corona and living with the Virus, the latter was often grey or sad
    – pictures showing loneliness and the feeling being locked up
    – Superheroes fighting Corona
    – exhausted doctors and nurses
    – people around the world holding hands, showing their united fight against the virus
  • –  Methods:
    • –  Mostly pen/pencils on Paper, but also watercolor and oil paint
    • –  digitally created pictures
    • –  collages made from personal pictures
    • –  sculptures using material you can find at home (toilet paper rolls, rice waffles, carton, shoes, playmobile figures)
  • MEDIA Partners: Anorak – UKWashington Post – USAJoca newspaper – BrazilNews-O-Matic – US basedLe Journal des Enfants – FranceMi Super Diario, (My Super Newspaper), Latin America


A BIG THANK YOU to all young artists around the world, followers, partners, teachers, parents, art supporters and friends for your all your creative efforts & support and best wishes !!!!


Angela Goldin, Director                                                                    Katrin Hörnlein, Editor

The International Museum of Children’s Art                                      Young Readers/ DIE ZEIT

Oslo Norway                                     






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