A new art competition has been launched to help children feel more connected to the outside world during the coronavirus lockdown. This is a fantastic opportunity for all of the children at Holbrook to show off their creativity!
See What I See, which has been created by the Royal Fine Art Commission Trust (RFACT) in partnership with Bath Spa University, asks children to think about what they miss most about their built environment, how it might be redesigned to bring people together and which place or building they’ll visit first once coronavirus restrictions have been lifted.
The competition has a monetary prize of £600 for first place, £300 for second and £100 for third place.
Ages 5 - 8:
An opportunity to show their artistic skills and creativity in the form of 3D models, drawings and any other formats they can think of.
Ages 9- 12:
An opportunity to explore and creatively re-make the world around us by re-imagining their local community and use their imagination to design changes to the environment to make it a better place to live
Judges will be looking for three things: creativity, engagement with surroundings and imaginative design solutions that solve a problem or improve a local area. Winning entries will be showcased in an online gallery on the See What I See website.