We Have A Winner

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Danielle Power

Danielle, the daughter of Damian and Karen Power, was born and raised in Wabush, Labrador. She is seventeen years old and is in Grade 12 at Menihek High School in Labrador City. Danielle has always enjoyed drawing and creating and spent many years taking art lessons from local artist Cheryl Hardy. Danielle’s favorite mediums are colored leads and, most recently, digital art. Her design for the “Spark The Conversation” contest, presented by the Universal Design Network, was inspired by the students with accessibility needs that she met through her years of being in an inclusive high school. Danielle recognizes the challenges people experience everyday with accessibility – whether it be physical, emotional, educational, or vocational. Creating a world where everybody is able to access the life they deserve and desire is a vision for the future and Danielle’s design shows how we can come together as one to make the world a better place for all. 


Danielle's artwork has been adapted to be UDNNL's logo's going forward. We Thank her and all those who submitted their artwork. Please enjoy some of the fine images from our wonderful students of Newfoundland & Labrador and we look forward to 2020-21 campaign.

Spark The Conversation

So What Is This?

We hope this will help generate a broader conversation of how Inclusive and Accessible environments benefit us all.

A Newfoundland & Labrador Stat

25% of Newfoundland & Labrador residents have some form of accessibility need. This impacts us all.

We Want To Say Thanks

We plan on displaying all submissions, We hope by allowing everyone the ability to see each others work it will keep the creativity and conversation going till next year.

Spark The Conversation WINNER

Rules

Can Parents/Role-Models help?

Can Parents/Role-Models help?

Draw a picture of how accessibility makes you “FEEL”. -   Open  September 27th 2019 to  all  enrolled  students  K-12  living  in  Newfoundland  and  Labrador,  Only  one  submission  per  student   -   Students  must  design  and  draw  their  picture  -  The  submission  of  an  entry  provides  UDNNL the  right  to use, edit, reproduce, and publish your submission, using available or future media platforms.


Contest  is  now  CLOSED

Thank  you  for  your  submissions !!

Stay Tuned For Next Years Contest.


Can Parents/Role-Models help?

Can Parents/Role-Models help?

Can Parents/Role-Models help?

Yes, your help is welcomed and requested. Having  an  age  appropriate conversation  about accessibility in the living world helps our students understand how they feel about it.

Contest Close Date

Can Parents/Role-Models help?

Contest Close Date

Contest ENDS FEBRUARY 14th at midnight. Winner to be announced at the Home Show in Mt. Pearl, March   27th  2020. The Winning submission will receive a Nintendo Switch and a Wacom Professional graphics tablet.

What We Believe

What Is Universal Design

Contest Close Date

We as an organization will be PROUD to use the winning submission as our Logo. Some of the best images ever,  have come from children.

What Is Universal Design

What Is Universal Design

What Is Universal Design

Simply, Universal Design is about creating environments, from the design stage, that are accessible to everyone and have the most flexibility of use.

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