50th Badge Competition
We turn ‘50‘ on 5 September 2020. To celebrate this occasion, we are giving our community and supporters the opportunity to design a 50th badge for the Museum to produce and sell in the Museum Gift Shop. This badge will be a limited edition, created especially to celebrate 50 years of the Weald & Downland Living Museum.
If you’re 5 years or older we would love you to design a badge for us for our 50th Anniversary! You could win free annual membership, a £50 voucher for use in our waterside café and/or gift shop and have your winning design made into a badge. The design can be anything related to the Weald & Downland Living Museum. Why not make your design bright so it stands out? For ideas and to learn more about the Museum visit www.wealddown.co.uk.
Please draw your design within the dotted template but you can colour up to the solid edge or submit your work digitally, however the work must follow the specifications as outlined below/overleaf.
Winners from each category will receive a free family membership. The overall winner will also receive a £50 voucher for use in the Museum’s waterside café and/or gift shop, plus their design will be made into a badge.
- 25mm x 25mm (square)
- 25mm diameter (circle)
Digital artwork must be supplied min. 300dpi, with crop marks and a 3mm bleed and saved as a PDF, JPEG and TIFF.
There are four categories
- 1) 5-8 year olds
- 2) 9-13 year olds
- 3) 14-17 year olds
- 4) 18 years and over
We are excited to announce the judges for this competition, they are:
- Simon Wardell, Museum Director
- Hugh Bonneville, Actor
- Annie Timothy, Artist
- Gary Shipton, Editorial Director Sussex Newspapers
Sunday, 5 July 2020 at 5.00pm
Each entry should include the following information:
- Entrant’s full name
- Contact phone number
For all entrant’s aged between 5-17 years please include; full name of parent/guardian and a signature giving contest and approval to enter this competition.
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