As mentioned on the last show here are details of the competition being run by The Wisbech and Fenland Museum. For more information see http://tenyearstime.blogspot.co.uk/2013/04/news-young-peoples-museum-booklet.html.
Leanne Moden writes: "Myself and local artist Karen Harvey are working with the Wisbech
Young Curators' Forum to put together a booklet of creative work to
celebrate the fantastic collections at the Wisbech and Fenland Museum.
currently looking for examples of fantastic writing and artwork,
inspired by the collections at the museum and we'd love to invite
writers and artists to consider submitting their short stories, poems
and drawings to the competition.
The competition itself is open to
writers of all ages, and we have three age categories: Under 11s,
12-17s and 18+. The winning entries will be published in a special
limited edition booklet which will be available at the Wisbech and
Fenland Museum for local people and visitors alike to enjoy. It's a
great opportunity for the kids to have their work published and there
are so many amazing objects in the museum to spark their imagination!
enter the competition we ask that participants send their submissions
to email@example.com along with their name, contact telephone
number and a short description of the museum piece from which they took
inspiration. Alternatively they can fill out an entry form
and post back to the Wisbech and Fenland Museum, Museum Square Wisbech
Cambridgeshire PE13 1ES.
The closing date for submissions is
Friday 31st May 2013. If you're not able to
make it to the Wisbech and Fenland Museum to view the collection in
person we're happy to receive pieces on the theme of Museums as creative