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Barbara Petchenik Children’s World Map Drawing Competition

The Barbara Petchenik Children Map Drawing Competition is organized every two years. In a national round in all participating ICA member countries, the national winners are selected, which are exhibited during the International Cartographic Conference, where the international winners are selected. The international winners can be seen below. To also see the national winners, please visit the Winner Map Collection at the Carleton University Library.

 

2013

Members of the jury

Members of the jury

155 drawings from 30 countries were exhibited. Too see them all, please visit the Winner Map Collection at the Carleton University Library. 47 people participated in the public vote. The jury members were

  • Necla Ulugtekin, Turkey, chair
  • Temenoujka Lubenova Bandrova, Bulgaria
  • Giedrė Beconytė, Lithuania
  • Robert Edsall, USA
  • Nei Erling, Brazil
  • Pilar Sanchez Ortiz Rodriguez, Spain
  • Dirk Burghardt, Germany, local organiser
  • José Jesús Reyes Nuñez, Hungary, chair of the commission on cartography and children
  • Joop van der Schee, Netherlands, IGU
  • Dariusz Dukaczewski, Poland, subtitute member

 

2011

186 drawings from 31 countries were exhibited. Too see them all, please visit the Winner Map Collection at the Carleton University Library. We also have a PDF list. A jury selected the following winning entries:

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Augustė Kriščiūnaitė (7)
Lithuania
< 9 years

A Message to a Blind Friend

winning map

 
Alisa Yurchenko (7)
Russia
< 9 years

We and our world

winning map

 
Robert Breebaart (11)
South Africa
9–12 years

Global Heartbeat

winning map

 
Juan Edwin Kusmartin (10)
Indonesia
9–12 years

Living in a Globalized World In One Ark

winning map

 
Hayden Livingstone (15)
New Zealand
12–15 years

The World at my Fingertips – Remains a Puzzle

winning map

 
Helena Väinmaa (13)
Estonia
12–15 years

See the World Shining in Your Eyes!

winning map

 
Ana Carolina Otton Sarmanho (12)
Brazil
public vote

The World in a Click

winning map

 
Arian Karimi Jahromi (15)
Iran
public vote

Living in the Globalized World is like a music playing and continents are its alphabets. When you play all together it has meaning

winning map

 

2009

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Dora Sakuntala (7)
Indonesia

Let's Unite in Peaceful Heart

winning map

 
Landon Parish and Joy Jackson (8)
USA

The Web of Global Connections

winning map

 
Adrienn Papp (8)
Hungary

The Web of Global Connections

winning map

 
Karolina Grzabka (11)
Poland

Living In a Global World

winning map

 
Beatriz Borroso Gstrein (12)
Spain

Globalized World

winning map

 
Constanza Jaqueline Soto Lopez (12)
Chile
public vote

The Related World

winning map

 
Vanessa Giroto Muniz (12)
Brazil

Internet Brings Knowledge to the World And Makes It Globalized

winning map

 
Alina Vakhitova (13)
Russia

Children Should Not Cry For Sorrow

winning map

 
Benas Turskis (15)
Lithuania

Entire System

winning map

 
Daniela Borislavova Karaivanova (15)
Bulgaria

The Whole Wide World Is Open for Your Dreams

winning map

 

2007


Read the PDF report.

 

2005

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Shashini Umasha Jayawardena (8)
Sri Lanka
< 9 years

Many Nations, One World

winning map

 
Michelle Yang (5)
China
< 9 years (public vote)

Friendship Forever

winning map

 
Moh. Afda (7)
Indonesia
< 9 years (public vote)

Holding Hands Among Nations, United In Peace

winning map

 
Vilius Skrinska (8)
Lithuania
< 9 years (public vote)

The Self-Portrait of the World

winning map

 
Saba Andalib (10)
Iran
9–12 years

Untitled

winning map

 
Biaoyunke Zhang (11)
China
9–12 years

The World Is Just Like a Chess

winning map

 
Kelsi Fraser-Easton (11)
Canada
9–12 years

Many Spots Make 1 World

winning map

 
Daiana Emilova Hadjiiska (12)
Bulgaria
9–12 years

Bulgaria Is A Friend With All Nations in the World

winning map

 
Holly Harrison (10)
UK
9–12 years (special)

A World Free From Hunger

winning map

 
Evelin Demeter (12)
Romania
9–12 years (special)

Help Our Earth!

winning map

 
Marcia Grieva (12)
Russia
9–12 years (special)

United Europe

winning map

 
Joanna Rozkosz (12)
Poland
9–12 years (public vote)

Pope Pilgrim United All Nations

winning map

 
Annamária Ferencz (12)
Romania
9–12 years (public vote)

Music Around Our World

winning map

 
Nayafakda Ihsania (10)
Indonesia
9–12 years (public vote)

Let's Make Our World Merrier With Smiles of United Nations

winning map

 
Magdalena Stanisławska (11)
Poland
9–12 years (public vote)

World's Wonders of Nature

winning map

 
Alicja Ogorzelska (13)
Poland
13–15 years (special)

We Are Great Family, Take Care of Our Home

winning map

 
Gintarė Kvietkutė (13)
Lithuania
13–15 years (special)

Many Nations, One World

winning map

 
Bar Omer and Liora Haimov (14)
Israel
13–15 years (jury+public)

Let's Stitch the World Together

winning map

 
Nicholas William (15)
Indonesia
13–15 years (jury+public)

Many Nations, One World

winning map

 
Polina Kosovskaya (15)
Russia
13–15 years (public vote)

Tsunami-2004

winning map


Read the PDF report.

 

2003

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Jhonatan Costa Batista (4)
Brazil
special award

Human beings, signs of equality

winning map

 
Alessia Del Lungo (6)
Italy

Children united round the world for a brighter future

winning map

 
Nayafakda Ihsania (8)
Indonesia

Keep on the world and its content, don't break up by war!

winning map

 
Leny Vladimirova Mircheva (11)
Bulgaria

The children and flowers will make a better world

winning map

 
Gabriella Fink and György Viszti (12)
Hungary

Preserve the earth for future generations! (Pandaworld is a better world for children)

winning map

 
Patrycja Matuszewska (12)
Poland

How good with parents

winning map

 
Zhenya Vidyapina (12)
Russia
special award

Cherish our nature

winning map

 
Rachelle Domingo et al. (13)
Canada

United pieces
by Rachelle Domingo, Michael Estalilla, Argielica Jumarang and Catherine Ambicki

winning map

 
Atayan Samvel (14)
Belarus
special award

Economical threatens for the children's life

winning map

 
Ben Hankins (14)
UK

For the children make our world a better place

winning map

 
Tércio Silote (14)
Brazil

It only depends on us! The world is in our hands

winning map

 
Ilse Wiehahn (15)
South Africa

Making a better world for children

winning map

 

2001

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Kristóf Bársony (8)
Hungary

Wake up, Man! Perhaps It Is not too Late!

winning map

 
Ankita Lamba (11)
India

Save the Earth

winning map

 
Jacqueline C Camargo (11)
Brazil

Sauver la Terre: preserver l'environment aujourd'jui, c'est assurer la vie demain

winning map

 
Saba Sameti (11)
Iran

Save the Earth

winning map

 
Michaela Klimentova (12)
Slovakia

Untitled

winning map

 
Patricia Lan (12)
Canada

Save the Earth

winning map

 
Bonnie Ras (14)
South Africa

Save the Earth

winning map

 
Stelios Petrakis (15)
Greece

Untitled
by Rachelle Domingo, Michael Estalilla, Argielica Jumarang and Catherine Ambicki

winning map

 

1999

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Nikola Zlatanov (7)
Bulgaria

The map of the world (La carte du monde)

winning map

 
Emmanouil Kopanezos (11)
Greece

The olympic spirit unites people (L'espirit olympique unit les peuples)

winning map

 
Jósef Bodor (11)
Hungary

Flower-world (Monde dans une fleur)

winning map

 
Kamila Sojka (12)
Poland

Wild animals-Inhabitants of land and sea (Les animaux sauvages, habitants de la terre et de la mer)

winning map

 
Barry Thierno Hamidou (14)
Guinea

Torch of liberty (Le flambeau de la liberté)

winning map

 
Mika Hayashi + Nagisa Kawasaki (14)
Japan

Let's bloom flowers over the world (Faisons éclore des fleurs dans le monde entier)

winning map

 
Elizabeth Böhmer (15)
Sweden

It's a hard world! (C'est un monde dur!) (note: painted on a rock)

winning map

 
Natalia Vadillo (15)
Argentina

Materialism is not good for us (Le matérialisme n'est pas bon pour nous)

winning map

 

1997

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Liiu Xinjian (10)
China

Bridging for Friendship

winning map

 
Svytlana Feklyna (10)
Ukraine

Together

winning map

 
Jacek Majewski (11)
Poland

Is the Earth's Future Going to be Like This?

winning map

 
Spyros Talaganis (12)
Greece

Bridging the continents

winning map

 
Anita Matković (14)
Croatia

Compass Card

winning map

 
Margarita Ivette Villar M (15)
Mexico

A Dream of a Happy Life

winning map

 
Mia Müller (15)
South Africa

Sky Scrapers of the World

winning map

 
Karlie Weston (–)
Australia

The World-Friendship Really Makes a Difference

winning map

 

1995

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Stefan Thompson Folch (5)
Chile

My World

winning map

 
Benjamin Nicholls (7)
UK

Children Unite!

winning map

 
Łukasz Rybak (11)
Poland

We preserve the environment of the earth together

winning map

 
Marissa Canciellieri (12)
USA

The World is For Everyone

winning map

 
Nguyen Thi Phoung Anh (12)
Vietnam

The World Map In My Cone Hat

winning map

 
Candice Winterboer (14)
South Africa

Distribution of Endangered Wild-Life Due to Environmental Pollution

winning map

 
Julia Papp (14)
Hungary

Solidarity

winning map

 
Kathryn Hamill (14)
Australia

Abstract World Map, showing flags and features

winning map

 
Jana Duranková (15)
Slovakia

Wonderful world of a child's dream

winning map

 
Jonathan Limones Lopez et al. (15)
Spain

Untitled
by Jonathan Limones Lopez and Juan Jose Febrere Garcia

winning map

 

1993

  • Dharmendrasinh mahendrasinh Chauhan says:

    I am teaching drawing to children varying in age from 5 year to 25years. Many of my students have won prizes in various drawing competition held. It has come to my knowledge that your organization also held competition in drawing. So with this I kindly request your good self to send me detailed information along with participation forms of the competition so that students can participate.

    Awaiting your encouraging reply,
    Thanking You,
    Yours faithfully,
    Dharmendrasinh M. Chauhan.
    TULIKA FOR CHILD ART

    12 May 2014 at 7:37 am
    • Manuela Schmidt

      Manuela Schmidt says:

      Dear Dharmendrasinh M. Chauhan,
      Thank you for your question! The Barbara Petchenik Competition is organized in the following way: ICA member countries organize a national competition, whose winning entries are then forwarded to the international competition. The next competition will be held in 2015. Details will be published soon. I also forwarded your message to Jesus Reyes, chair of the ICA Commission on Cartography and Children. He will give you more details on how to proceed.
      Best regards, Manuela Schmidt

      14 May 2014 at 4:42 pm
    • Manuela Schmidt

      Manuela Schmidt says:

      Here is the answer from Jesus Reyes:

      Thank you so much for contacting us and your interest in our competition. The next competition will be organized in the next year, and the updated rules, call for the competition and other documents will be placed to the website of the ICA Commission on Cartography and Children (http://lazarus.elte.hu/ccc/ccc.htm) and we are going to inform using also our Facebook profile (https://www.facebook.com/icaccc).
      If you visit the Commission website, you can find the General rules and other materials of interest for the participants in the competition.
      Best regards, Jesus Reyes

      16 May 2014 at 10:17 am

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