The Kingsford Development who constructed the 1,165-unit Kingsford Waterbay and the 512-unit Hillview Peak condominiums, has opened its first ever “My Dream Home Drawing Competition”.
The said competition is accessible to those youths who aged between 13 and 18 and children 6 to 12 years old. The second and third placers will get between $500 and $1,000 and the champion from each category will gain an award amounting to $1,000 and $1,500 individually.
According to spokesperson for the China-based company, “The aim of this contest is that we would want the children and youths to involve in an imaginative panel and improve their curiosity, desire for art and their creativeness in drawing their dream houses”.
It was admitted by the spokesperson that they anticipate to have 100 drawings for the competition, in which submissions started on August 18 and the last will be on September 19.
The finalist will undertake on-the-spot voting to verify the best three winners for each age group, while the shortlisted contestants will be showcased their talent at awards ceremony on September 23.
The successful entries will be nominated according to its color, creativity and a 200-word portrayal of each drawing. The judging board comprises of some experts including full-time artist Mr. Lee Kian Choong, Seah Kang Chui the respected president of the Singapore Watercolor Society as well as Xu Jinsong the creative director at the eminent Vizone Media Production.
The winners will not only receive cash prizes but also their drawings and they, will be featured in Vizone’s website and Kingsford’s promotional videos, along with in social media platforms such as WeChat and Facebook.