Impératif français organizes three artistic competitions for the holiday season
$ 1,500 in total in money to be won
Article published on 9 December 2020
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The Impératif français organization has set up three competitions in the fields of literature, painting and video. “Many people are looking to fill their time and the people of Pontiac are invited to participate in one, two or even all three competitions. The pandemic is not stopping us, ” argued the president of Impératif français Jean-Paul Perreault.

In total, there are $ 1,500 in money to be won. All the details of the three competitions are available here:

Video contest: “Locals, it’s your turn to let yourself talk about love!” »
“Locals, it’s your turn to let yourself talk about love! “. Patriot or simply in love? Say”I love you" to Quebec in an artistic creation. Make a short video to express and celebrate your love for Quebec and have a chance to win one of the 5 $100 prizes! How to participate? All you have to do is send your 30 to 60 second video by email to: communication imperatif-francais.org before January 31, 2021. N.B. the video must be in a downloadable format.

Painting competition: "It’s going to be fine! We will get out of this! »
Sharpen your pencils, fill up with colors, with your brushes! Show us off by drawing or painting “It’s going to be fine!” We will get out of this! ". May your optimism and positivity dazzle the New Year! How to participate? Send your creation in a maximum size of 61x91 cm by post before February 10, 2021 to the following address: Impératif français - C.P 449, succ. Aylmer, Gatineau (Quebec) J9H 5E7. Get a chance to win one of five $ 100 scholarships

Writing Contest: A Fall Pandemic Tale
Are you the type to be inspired by a snowflake, the rocking sound of rain, or a bunch of colorful foliage on the sidewalk on a beautiful fall morning? This contest is for you! Use your creativity and let your imagination run wild while making the most of your free time to write your best story! 2020 is a sad and gloomy year, so it’s up to you to shed some light and bring the warm colors of autumn back to life in hearts! Submit your story for a chance to win one of 5 $100 prizes! How to participate? All you need to do is send your 400-word story in Word format by email to: communication imperatif-francais.org before January 15, 2021.

Nothing is stopping us from our momentum, not even a pandemic ... We work hard every day for the influence and advancement of our national, international and universal language.

The full interview with Jean-Paul Perrault is available here.

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