Want to enter the Beaumaris Rotary Children’s Artwork Competition? Here’s what to do.
Paints, colours, modelling clay
Kids: get your paint brushes, colouring pencils, finger paints and modelling clay. Let your imagination run wild. We want to see your interpretations of Bayside’s prehistoric creatures. Or dinosaurs from a more distant age, if you prefer! Big and even bigger prehistoric creatures! The bigger the teeth, claws or beak, the more scary!
The competition is open to all children (under 18’s) living in the Bayside postcode area.
There are four age categories:
- Ages up to 5
- Ages 5 – 10
- Ages 11 – 15
- Ages 16 – Under 18
How to Enter
Mum/Dad/Guardian: post a photo of your child’s artwork on the Bayside Community Hub or the Beaumaris Rotary Facebook page. You can add it to the Comments section below the original Competition post or any subsequent Competition reminders. Or simply email to:
Make sure you provide us with details of your child’s name, age and school, so we can allocate into the right age category for prizes.
Kids: we need your parent’s approval! But for great ideas, check out the Lost World of Bayside Fossils Facebook page @
And you can submit as many entries as you like!
Do You Want That Gift Raptor Not?
A winner’s prize of a $100 voucher redeemable at Toyworld Beaumaris (1-5 North Concourse) will be awarded in each age category. Thanks go to Toyworld Beaumaris for their terrific contribution to the prize vouchers.
I’ve Got a Bone to Pick with You
Entries will be judged by Ben Franciscelli and Margaret Amond. Ben is the Vertebrate Palaeontologist at Museum Victoria. Better known as the Lost World of Bayside Fossils! Margaret is an artist and Life Member of Beaumaris Art Group.
Details of the winning entries will be published on Bayside Community Hub Facebook and Beaumaris Rotary Facebook pages. Winners will also be notified by email, if the entry was submitted on email.
Competition closes on Tuesday, 22 September 2020 at 6pm. Winners will be announced on Friday, 25 September 2020.
We will keep you updated by posting some images of entrants’ artwork on the Bayside Community Hub and Rotary Beaumaris Facebook pages.