The 2023 Climate Change Painting Competition International Competition

To promote environmental education and enhance public awareness of sustainability, TAISE launched the 'Climate Change Primary and Secondary School Painting Competition' in 2009, and this year marks its 13th iteration. Over the years, a total of 65,352 pupils hailing from 43 countries entered the competition. In 2023, focusing on Sustainable Developing Goals 11: ‘Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable’, the theme of the painting competition is designated to be ‘Green Earth Designer’. In the hope of whilst painting, pupils will get to know better of their surroundings (including their campus), familiarise themselves with urban infrastructure, transportation, green space and security planning, learn about histories of community development, or visit nearby historic sites. With the help of teachers, TAISE aims to guide pupils to deepen their sustainability knowledge and encourage them to take climate action. 


Anderson Yang

CEO, Ark Eco Art Ltd.
Honorary Director of the Taipei Ecoart Association

Wu Long-Ron

The president of Association For Education Through Art Republic of China
The president of Tai-Yang Society

Lin Mun-Lee

Professor Emeritus, National Taipei University of Education Department of Arts and Design

Wang Chuen-Tz

The picture book ′Unexpected′ won the 2023 The BRAW Amazing Bookshelf.

Lin Biing-Shiun

The Director of Urban and Rural Development Branch, Construction and Planning Agency, Ministry of The Interior2


Designer and Illustrator

Chang Chi-Yi

President at Taiwan Design Research Insititute
Board Member of the World Design Organization

Loh Li-Chen

The director of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei