Join dot-art Schools to celebrate children and young people’s creativity, build their confidence and improve well-being.
dot-art Schools is an interactive, online, inter-school, art competition, taking place annually and culminating in a public exhibition of the winning artworks and prize giving celebration for teachers, students and their families. The competition is open to all Primary (Year 5) and Secondary (Year 9) and SEND schools in the six boroughs of Liverpool City Region and near neighbours. It is designed to nurture talent, raise aspiration and take art out of the classroom into the real world. Watch a short film (4mins) about the programme here.
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Ready to join us for dot-art Schools 2024? Sign up online for 2024 here.
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To see more of the winning artwork from 76 schools last year, pay a visit to College Lane by Starbucks, where there are 76 images on display. The overall winners of the whole competition are:
Overall Primary Winner “Wildflower Meadow” by Archie Kent from Bridgemere CE Primary School.
Primary runner-up “Blossom Sky” by Esmae O’Shaughnessy from Roby Park Primary School
Primary runner-up “Blood Bag 8” by Chloe Stewart from Knotty Ash Primary School.
Overall Secondary Winner “Landscape 18” by Isaac Turner from Wirral Grammar School for Boys.
Secondary runner-up “Amongst the Trees” by Maisey Spinks from Saint Julie’s Catholic High School
Secondary runner-up “Ordinary People 3” by Ella Robinson from North Liverpool Academy.