THE countdown has begun for the futuristic schools art competition.
Primary and secondary school pupils have until February 3 to submit a piece of artwork that depicts what they think their city, town, or village will look like in 2100.
More than 40 schools have already registered for the second north west competition which has been organised by Browne Jacobson and supported by Ronald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity.
Upto 15 shortlisted entries will be displayed at an exclusive exhibition at the Museum of Science and Industry in March.
For more information or to register visit education-advisors.com/north-west-schools-art-competition-2014/.