Teenage Artist from Sharjah Nominated for International Art Award

The Junior Trumpet, a monthly magazine based in Dubai that showcases young talent, has teamed up with the international Teen Art Awards. This collaboration comes as The Junior Trumpet enters its second month of publication, highlighting the magazine’s commitment to providing a platform for emerging artists.

The Teen Art Awards, organized by the Art.Coordinate Foundation, received over 320 entries from 38 countries in the 13-17 age group. Among the short-listed entries is Fatema Ezzy, a young artist from Sharjah, whose work will be featured in the Teen Art Awards Ceremony on March 2 at the SEE Institute Dubai Sustainable City. The theme for the submissions was “Sustainable world: society of the future through the prism of art.”

Purva Grover, Editor-Founder of The Junior Trumpet, expressed delight in the partnership with the International Teen Art Awards, emphasizing the magazine’s goal of promoting and nurturing young talent. Daria Kalinina, the mind behind the Teen Art Awards and president of The Art.Coordinate Fund, shared her excitement about collaborating with like-minded individuals in the UAE to provide opportunities for young artists.

The magazine aims to support the growth and development of young artists by offering a platform for their creativity and vision to shine. This collaboration with the Teen Art Awards underscores The Junior Trumpet’s dedication to fostering artistic talent in the youth community.

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