We want to hear from all budding artists in primary and secondary schools across Luton and Bedfordshire, who we are inviting to take part in our Shine Bright, Wear Bright poster competition.

The brief is simple  – create an A4 poster using the theme My Voice Matters and designs can be submitted in any medium; from traditional paint, pencil or collage, to digital formats.

This competition is an excellent opportunity for students to not only express their thoughts and showcase their creativity, but also to contribute to the important cause of promoting mental health awareness.

We also have some great prizes up for grabs, including a 10th generation iPad!

The competition will run during Children’s Mental Health Week, 5-11 February, and all submissions need to be in by Thursday 1 March.

Full details below:

Theme: My Voice Matters. Create an A4 poster representing the theme of My Voice Matters in any medium, traditional (paint, pencil, collage) or digital.

Categories: Primary and Secondary Age Groups

Prizes:

  • 1st Prize (each category): iPad (10th gen) with a USB-C pencil
  • Runner Up (each category): £50 Amazon Voucher
  • 1st Prize Winning School (each category) : £200 Amazon Voucher to be used for books
    Submission Deadline: Friday, 1st March

Winner Announcement: Week commencing Monday 18 March

How to Submit: Send your entries by post to Claire Feasey, CHUMS Charity, Wrest Park Enterprise Centre, Wrest Park, Silsoe, Beds, MK45 4HS, making sure your name, age and school are on the back of your artwork.

Thank you to Issured for being the official Shine Bright, Wear Bright 2024 sponsor