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This contest is designed to create an imaginative colorful view of  Covid-19 and to express what you have learned during the pandemic. Somethings are often indescribable so we will let the colours be our metaphor! It’s not about what you see but about what you make others see, so let’s make them see a colourful life. Let’s hope for a colourful 2021 by colouring the time we fought against the pandemic in 2020. Show us the bright side!



Congratulations to the winners of Brighton Art Contest 2021!

Brighton international school held its first BIS Art Contest to engage students in raising awareness of the bright side of Covid-19. The demonstration of the concept in this contest made by the participants artwork were very impressive.

We were so pleased to see students from all over Malaysia participated & showcased their amazing art pieces. We received hundreds of impressive entries which made it hard to decide the winners as most were spectacular!! Although it’s sad that we can’t showcase them all, we are very excited to share few of the amazing works with you alongside the winners.

Brighton International School would to say thank you to all the participants for taking part in this contest. We are truly overjoyed and we look forward to seeing even more great things from you in our upcoming events!!

1st place

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Natalie 1st Place -


2nd place



3rd place



BIS Art contest aims to give the young artists an opportunity to make the best out of what the crisis has given us.
  • Open to all students in Malaysia
  • Participants must be between the age of 9 to 17 years old.
  • Registration is FREE.
  • The bright side of Covid-19 
  • STAY AT HOME - For 9- 11 years old 
  • Cleaner Environment - For 12- 17 years old
  • Each participant is allowed to submit only one artwork 
  • The art-work must be originally designed by the participant.
  • It must be the contestant’s original hand-drawn creation.
  • It must not be a copy or duplicate of any previously published art, including photographs.
  • Any mechanically or electronically generated artwork is not eligible and will be disqualified (No digital art).
  • Participants must produce a painting/ drawing that represent an innovative idea in line with the theme of the contest which is (THE BRIGHT SIDE OF COVID-19).
  • All artworks must be submitted together with an artist’s statement (not more than 200 words in English only)
  • All art/raw materials must be prepared by the participating artist.
  • The size should be A3 for 9 to 11 years old (29.7 X 42 cm) and A2 for 12 to 17 years old (42 x 59.4 cm).
  • The size should not include mat or boarder.
  • The artwork must not be framed, under glass, or have a protective covering that is attached to the art.
  • The artwork must be a horizontal or vertical painting or mixed media. / any medium
  • Recommended medium (Coloured pencils, water colour, coloured markers, and pastels).
  • Recommended surface (Drawing paper and Water color paper in 300 gsm).
  • The participant should download the declaration form and send it together with the artwork.
  • The file of the picture should be at least 100 MB. We recommend up to 1 GB.
  • Children with special needs may have assistance from their teachers, parents or guardians to help with their entry. If assistance is given, please note this on the entry form.
  • Entries that do not comply with the contest requirements will be disqualified.


1st place Winner
  • Cash RM 500
  • Certificates of participant
2nd  place Winner
  • Cash RM 300
  • Certificates of participant
3rd place Winner
  • School kits worth RM 200
  • Certificates of participant
Collection of the 10 top participant artwork
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