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Christmas Banner Competition

Submissions for the 2022 City of Bayswater Christmas Banner Competition are now open!

About the competition 

All primary school-children within the City of Bayswater are invited to enter the City of Bayswater Christmas Banner Competition. Children are asked to design a Christmas-themed poster. The winning artworks will be professionally enlarged and printed onto street banners which will be displayed in the Morley, Bayswater and Maylands town centres from December 2022 to early January 2023. The competition is now a biennial event, meaning the winning banners will again be displayed in the town centres in December 2023 to early January 2024. The top two entries will also be made into Christmas cards.

Theme 

Animals at Christmas

Conditions of entry

  • Designs must be on A3 paper in portrait orientation.
  • Mediums used can be paint, coloured pencil, crayon or textas.
  • One original design per student.
  • Student’s full name, class, year and school must be on the back of artwork.
  • Students must attend a primary school within the City of Bayswater.
  • The Christmas Banners remain the property of the City of Bayswater.

Competition closing date 

Friday 7 October 2022

We would appreciate all entries be hand delivered by a school representative to the City of Bayswater Civic Centre, 61 Broun Avenue, Morley.

Artwork exhibition

Where: The RISE, 28 Eighth Ave, Maylands 

Dates: Monday 10 October to Sunday 16 October 2022

Schools with winning entries will be notified by telephone once judging has taken place. Please note, there will be no public exhibition in 2023.

Prizes:

Students

1 x First Prize Winner - $200

12 x Runner-ups - $50

School

School submitting the winning entry - $200

Helpful tips

Christmas banners are erected on top of street poles that make pictures and lettering look small from the ground. Students are encouraged to use strong, bright colours with bold lettering that stands out. The judges will consider creativity, use of colour, visibility and other criteria when selecting the winning artworks.

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