Super Silly Museums Competition

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Super Silly Museum Competition

Win an Art Fund Family Membership, a Nick Sharratt school visit
PLUS £100 worth of picture books

To celebrate the release of Super Silly Museums by Nick Sharratt, we are joining forces with Kids in Museums to launch a competition celebrating the importance of museums and creativity.

• Do you love visiting museums?

• Do you like drawing?

• Are you between 5-11 years old?

Why not enter our “All About You-seum” competition, inspired by Nick’s new book!
In Super Silly Museums, readers are invited to design a museum inspired by you – the “All-About-You-seum”. For this competition we want children to submit their ideas for a museum that represents their personality and interests – your design can be as silly as you like!

Entries will be judged by Nick Sharratt, a panel at Scholastic UK and Kids in Museums, plus directors at the Horniman Museum, London Transport Museum and the Postal Museum. These museums are some of the winners of the Kids in Museums Family Friendly Museum Award – an annual prize awarded by families to museums that provide a great family experience.

The winner will receive an Art Fund Family Membership, a virtual school visit with Nick Sharratt and £100 worth of picture books.
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Your drawing must be:

• On one page
• By an artist aged 5-11
• Inspired by your life, personality, interests and what you think makes a great museum.
• Submitted by entrants (or their parents) by 20th May 2022 to publicity@scholastic.co.uk with the subject line ‘Super Silly Museums Competition’.
• Kids in Museums is a charity dedicated to making heritage sites great places for all children, young people and families. Find out more.
• Only successful entrants will be contacted. T&Cs apply.

Full T&Cs available here

Find us on Twitter: @ScholasticUK | @kidsinmuseums

Here are some inside pages from Nick’s book to inspire you:

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