How to enter

The Art of Technology competition is looking for children’s interpretation, through drawing, of the answers to the following questions: 

  • How do you stay safe online?
  • What is inside your computer?
  • What does Wi-Fi look like?5073552229_3dd9459eeb_o
  • To enter you the artist must be under 18 years of age and be from a primary, secondary, academy or SEN school in the UK, or part of an after school club or other educational group
  • Entries should be completed on A2, A3, or A4 sized paper, using any of the following mediums: pencil, coloured pen, paint, pastel or charcoal
  • The school must then pick ONE piece of artwork to submit to the competition organisers
  • Please scan and email your entries to stone@mantispr.co.uk, using the subject line ‘Art of Technology’ and include the following information in the body of the email:
    • The category entered
    • The title of the entry
    • The name of the school
    • The address of school
    • The name of contact at school (must be teaching staff), email and telephone number
  • The closing date for entries is Wednesday 22nd June 2016 and the winner will be announced on Friday 1st July 2016.

Prizes:

The winning school will receive a bundle of fantastic prizes including; a Microsoft Surface Pro 4 and a class tutorial from a top children’s book illustrator and a tour of Stone Group’s factory at their HQ in Stafford to see how the technology we use in school is made. They will also see their winning picture in the national media!

Points to note

  • The Judging Panel is responsible for the allocation of award and no challenge to the outcome will be accepted
  • The school, and the parents/guardians of the pupil whose artwork is entered, will be asked for permission to reproduce/show the artwork in public for the sake of the project
  • All entries together with the schools name may be used in publicity campaigns for The Art of Technology competition and for future competitions. Photographs of the students at the winning school may be used in publicity campaigns where the parents or guardians of the winners have given their consent