2018 ISA National Swimming Championship Finals: Programme Cover Competition

2018 ISA National Swimming Championship Finals:  Programme Cover Competition

After the success of last year’s competition, with 87 entries received, we are looking for a talented ISA pupil to create the image for the 2018 ISA National Swimming Championship Finals, held at the London Olympic Pool in January. The winner of the cover competition will be chosen by the ISA House team who are looking for reflection of the event, originality and artistic flair.

The image can be created using any medium including digital creation and photography. The image must be submitted in portrait rather than landscape format. No text should be included as this will be added by the programme designer.

Entries should be sent via this Google form by Monday 27th November 2017. Please email alison.mcintyre@isaschools.org.uk if you have questions.

The winning image will be selected for the front cover for the 2018 programme and the artist and artist’s school will be acknowledged. Runners-up will also be featured inside the programme. Copies will go to the event spectators - more than 1,200 of them! The winners and runners-up will also receive their own copy of the programme. Scroll down to see last year's cover.

This competition is only open to current pupils of ISA Member's schools.

Rules summary

The image must be portrait.
No text should be included.
Any medium can be used.
Age range is 3-18 and each competitor may submit one entry only.
All work submitted must be the pupil’s own; if there has been any additional input, for example from a member of staff or a parent, including technical assistance, this must be declared.
This competition is only open to current pupils of ISA Member's schools.
Schools can submit a maximum of 10 entries per school.
The ISA judging decision is final and neither competitors nor teachers may enter into discussion or correspondence regarding the choice of winner.

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