Community Art Project
“THE WORLD IS STILL FULL OF MAGIC” – A Great Summer Art Competition for Kids of all ages
“And above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places. Those who don’t believe in magic will never find it”…….Roald Dahl
MAGIC is very much alive and always lingering in the air just above your head….
Helping Hands Whitchurch and friends invite you to take part in Two Fabulous Competitions this summer.
*Kids from 4 to 15 years. – We want you to Paint, Draw or even Build a picture – The theme is “My Magic Dream” Where would you like to be right now. Sit on a Potter Broom and flyaway – Where to? Who and What would you meet?. Let your imagination run absolutely wild!
*16 years – 21 years – Images of “My Life in Lockdown”. What single picture taken on a Mobile Phone reflects the world you’ve experienced or hope for when we step into the future.
The PRIZES – Are very special
“My Magical Dream” An all expenses paid Family Ticket for four to ……..Wait for it – A day out at the incredible Warner Bros Harry Potter Experience (When it reopens of course) kindly donated by local Businessman Mr Terry Smith and the Whitchurch Rotary Club.
“My Life in Lockdown” – A whopping £100
This Competition is open to residents of Whitchurch and it’s Hinterland
The Competition runs from now until Friday June 19th.
The Competition will be judged by local expert Photographers Philip Walker and Sophie Hughes.
The winners will be announced on Midsummers Eve Sunday June 21st because that’s when magic is at its most potent.
My Magic Dream – Simply add your name, age and a name for your creation
All entries to be downloaded and sent via Instagram to @BlackberryFair #My Magic Dream – or @BlackberryFair #MyLifein Lockdown
or Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Remember it’s not about being the worlds greatest Artist. It’s about bringing magic to your imagination and having fun!!
LET THE WAND WAVE AND THE MAGIC COMMENCE…….
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