Meet the Judges

To keep the Awards fair and transparent, we use independent judges to assess each Artwork. The competition places equal emphasis on the three criteria:

  • Creative expression of the theme;

  • Originality of the idea and;

  • Originality in representing children and youth rights with climate change.

 

The judges are therefore asked to judge the entries based on these three criteria. In order to judge three criteria fairly and decide on the winning art work, our regional panel is comprised of three judges.

Mr. Robert Au Nama

President - Artist Association of Solomon Islands

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Guillaume SOULARD

Director - Tjibaou Cultural Centre

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Lingikoni Vaka'uta

Freelancer Artist

Lingikoni is one of Fijis' leading visual artists. He has worked at the University of the South Pacific where he also studied and refined his artform. He was born in Tonga but has lived in Fiji for many years. He was one of the 1st resident artists at the Oceania Center For Arts and Culture. His works are often visual narratives of his cross cultural life experience and journey from Tonga to Fiji, and combine a contemporary vision with broadly Oceania references, from Solomon Island Kapkap design to polynesian motifs and Oceania rock drawing.

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