Poster Competition – Winning works will be Exhibited

webwise poster competition

Poster Competition – Winning works will be Exhibited

The Safer Internet Day Awards are back! We are delighted to announce a special new category for budding creatives!

NEW: Art Competition with special guest judge; Irish artist – Maser. Be in with a chance to have your work exhibited in a gallery! Simply design a poster under the theme Respect and Empathy Online.

  • Entries will be judged by International Irish Artist Maser.
  • Open to Primary and Post-Primary Schools.
  • Closing date March 31st.

Categories for Primary:

1st and 2nd Class | 3rd and 4th Class | 5th and 6th Class

Categories for Post-Primary:

1st and 2nd Year | Transition Year | 5th and 6th Year

How to submit your entry:

Post your entry to: Webwise / PDST Technology in Education, Innovation House DCU Alpha, Old Finglas Rd, Dublin 11, D11 KXN4.

Include the following information: Name, school, teacher’s contact details, category you are entering, and a brief description of the poster.

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Closing Date:

The closing date for entries is Friday, March 31st.

Full details:

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