A Village Remembers Competition
Marine House at Beer is sponsoring a nationwide art competition A Village Remembers – WW1 as part of the village’s First World War Centenary commemorations.
The competition is open to all students under 18 in full time education and the top ten art works will be exhibited at the gallery with the three winners being decided by a public vote with cash prizes for the top three.
Any medium can be used for the war-themed entries and the gallery has published WW1 photos on its website to provide inspiration for competitors. All entries must be submitted electronically as a JPEG by 19 July.
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