Art Competition

Art Competition

The 2019 competition is closed, and details of the 2020 competition will be revealed shortly!

Poster competitions are a great way to explore your creativity and express yourself visually. Posters also help build teamwork skills and are a great way of decorating school, clubs, and communities. Our #Up2US poster making kit is always a really popular resource – perfect for celebrating Safer Internet Day with a slogan, #hashtag or positive message.

How to Enter:

  1. The theme for Safer Internet Day: Together for a Better Internet. You can use this as a theme or choose an online safety theme of your own. 
  2. To enter the competition, you must be a resident of Ireland.
  3. Only one entry per person.
  4. Posters should be A3.
  5. There are multiple ways to enter. Entries can be posted to: Webwise, PDST Technology in Education, Invent, Dublin City University, Dublin 9, Ireland.
  6. Alternatively, you can take a picture of your poster and add it to your social media – make sure to tag Webwise Ireland on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram and use the hashtag #SIDawards 
  7. You can also email it to: Please use ‘Poster Entry’ in the Subject Line.

Disclaimer: Webwise reserves the right to use entries for promotional reasons. 


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