Voting opens to find
Liverpool's young X factor artists
A public vote to find Merseyside's best
young artists opens, on Monday, 3 April 2017. More than 800 pupils entered this
year's dot art Schools competition and are hoping for your votes to see their
artwork on display in a free public exhibition at St George's Hall later this
spring. The online inter school art contest, which is now in its fifth year,
gives both Year 5 and Year 9 pupils across the Liverpool City Region the opportunity to
showcase their artistic talents and have their work displayed in the exhibition.
The judges have narrowed it down to their top 3 entries from each school
ready for the public vote. The artwork with the most votes from each
participating school will form part of the 2 week exhibition, which opens in
The short listing panel is made up of representatives from some of Merseyside's
best-known arts and cultural institutions, including Polly Brannan Education
Curator at Liverpool Biennial, Sandra Penketh Director of Art Galleries at
National Museums Liverpool and Professor Caroline Wilkinson, Director of the
School of Art and Design at Liverpool John Moores University.
View the shortlist and vote
online for the work you would like to see on show at
St George's Hall, from 3 April 2017.
Voting will close at midnight, on Friday, 5 May 2017.