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Free Online Art Contest for Children and College Students

Results of International Art Competition held every quarter

See results of international art competition by Khula Aasmaan which is held every quarter since October 2016. Khula Aasmaan organises kids art competition, free drawing competition, national art contest and international art competition for children and college students.

 

Khula Aasmaan (meaning "OpenSky") has emerged as one of the top art contests and painting competitions. The free online art contest for children and college students attracts entries from more than 500 locations across India and outside India. This makes Khula Aasmaan as one of the best national art contests as well as one of the best international art competitions.
Khula Aasmaan follows a rigorous judging process for the international art contests it organises every quarter. A shortlist is announced from the free online art contest every quarter. The shortlisted children and college students send their artworks to Khula Aasmaan for final judging. The jury examines the artworks and declared medal winners and honorable mentions. All the shortlisted children and college students receive certificates. The medal winners receive certificates and medals. Khula Aasmaan creates a dedicated web page for each shortlisted child artist and young artist.

 

“Khula Aasmaan” (meaning Open Sky) is a registered trademark which is owned by Link Indiaart.com Pvt. Ltd. (https://www.indiaart.com). Khula Aasmaan is a platform for creative expression by children and young adults. We have chosen “Khula Aasmaan” as the way to spell this as we believe that it is the phonetically most appropriate way to spell it. Khula Aasmaan may also be spelt as Khula Asmaan, Khula Asman, Khula Aasman.

Khula Aasmaan conducts art competitions and creates educational content in art and science for children and college students. Khula Aasmaan encourages the children and young adults to think independently and express themselves.