The Future of Farming in Tampines  Drawing Competition 2022

The Future of Farming in Tampines Drawing Competition 2022

Beyond the community gardens, residents in Tampines are exposed to many forms of sustainable farming methods. We have hydroponics farming in Our Tampines Hub, the high-tech vertical farm at Block 146 and the rooftop urban farm at Block 723A.

Soon, Tampines will be piloting fish farming in containers and provide you with the know-how and tools for corridor farming. The future of farming in Tampines knows no limits, and we would like you to express it in your drawings!

Submit a drawing of how the future of farming will be like for Tampines in 2030 and beyond. You can draw inspiration from the farming initiatives in Tampines mentioned above. All entries must be accompanied by a 30-word (maximum) description based on the theme.


Primary and Secondary school High school and Tertiary education (17 – 21 yo) Open (21 yo and above)
  • 1st - $600 + drawing tablet
  • 2nd - $400
  • 3rd - $200
  • 10 Consolations:
    $20 x 10 = $200
  • 1st - $700 + drawing tablet
  • 2nd - $500
  • 3rd - $300
  • 10 Consolations:
    $20 x 10 = $200
  • 1st - $800 + drawing tablet
  • 2nd - $600
  • 3rd - $400
  • 10 Consolations:
    $20 x 10 = $200

Winners will be notified via email/post and results will be posted on Tampines Town Council’s platform (website, Facebook, Instagram and digital noticeboards).

How to take part

  1. Draw: Start drawing in A3 or A4 landscape format.
  2. Share: Tell us in less than 30 words, the story behind your drawing.
  3. Submit: Scan your artwork and save in 300 dpi, .jpg, jpeg or png. Submit digital copy of the artwork, along with accompanying write-up, via the online form HERE

* NOTE: You will only be contacted if your submission is shortlisted. Physical copies of shortlisted entries should be submitted for further evaluation.

Terms and conditions apply.

Terms and Conditions

  1. All entries must be submitted by 2359 on 18 September 2022.
  2. The competition is open to all (Singapore Citizens, Permanent Residents and foreigners) and participation is free.
  3. Participants should be at least 7 years old.
  4. Participants under the age of 18 years old as at 13 June 2022 must obtain consent of parents or legal guardians and by participating in this Contest, it is deemed that consent has been obtained.
  5. All submitted artwork must be original work. Participant must also own the copyright of the drawing.
  6. Submitted artwork and caption must be relevant to the theme, The Future of Farming in Tampines.
  7. Artwork must be landscape on either:
    • A3 size (42cm (width) X 29.7cm (height) or 4960px (width) X 3508px (height)), or
    • A4 size (29.7cm (width) X 21cm (height) or 3508px (width) X 2480px (height)).
  8. For schools and group submissions (more than 20 submissions), please email us at to make arrangements.
  9. Each participant can submit only one (1) entry.
  10. The artwork is first submitted online via the online form. Tampines Town Council will then request for the physical copy of the artwork if the entry is shortlisted.
  11. Participants are to ensure that the scanned artwork is clear and of high-resolution (at least 300 dpi) and not more than 20MBs. Submit only image format (png, jpeg, or jpg).
  12. The artwork should not contain any obscene, incendiary, defamatory, sexually explicit, or otherwise objectionable or inappropriate content.
  13. There is no restriction on the form of medium used. Some examples are colour pencils, crayons, watercolours, oil paints, etc.
  14. You can also submit digital art (2D). The artwork must not be watermarked by any external source, cannot have any company logos, trademarks or otherwise display copyrighted content which does not belong to the Participant.
  15. Any form of plagiarism or use of copyrighted content or artwork will not be accepted. Entries which have won prizes in other drawing competition, or have been previously used or are intended to be used for any kind of commercial purposes, will not be accepted as well. Participants will indemnify Tampines Town Council against any claims on infringement of copy right relating to their entries.
  16. By participating in this competition, the participant warrants that he/she has not obtained the artwork via any unethical means.
  17. Tampines Town Council reserves the right to exclude or disqualify any entries that do not meet the requirement.
  18. Winners may be interviewed by Tampines Town Council. All winners consent to public disclosure of their names and results of the competition.
  19. All entries will be evaluated by a panel of judges and all decisions are final. No correspondences or appeals will be entertained.
  20. The participant shall grant Tampines Town Council and its associates a non-exclusive, royalty-free and transferable right to use, reproduce, publish, publicly display, print, edit or distribute his/her artwork in any media format and any media channels as deemed fit by the Town Council.
  21. Tampines Town Council reserves the right to make any changes to the Terms and Conditions set out herein and any other arrangements concerning the competition.
  22. I have read through the PDPA policy ( and agree to the terms.
  23. By providing my contact details, I consent to receive the latest Town updates from Tampines Town Council.

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