2016 art competition winners

Entries for the 2021 art competition are welcome - competition closes 16 April 2021⎮2 min read

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We'd really appreciate your help to encourage all Australian primary schools to participate in our art competition, which closes on 16 April 2021.

Please consider contacting schools to alert them to this engaging learning activity, which is suitable for all year levels.

This years competition encourages students to learn about the brain by creating an artwork that is inspired by the theme:

My brain helps me to...

Don't forget to send in your entry. Any student attending an Australian primary school can enter, either individually or as part of a combined class or school effort. Homeschooled children can also enter.

For some inspiration, here's a throwback to the winners of the 2016 competition. 

Category 1 Winner Seb, Age 6. 

Category 2 Winner, Mia, Age 7. 

Category 3 Winner, Tahlia, Age 11.
 

How to enter

Post hard copies of artworks to:

Brain Function CoE Art Competition
Monash Biomedical Imaging
770 Blackburn Road
Clayton, VIC 3800

or

email high-resolution scans (not photos) to: administrator@cibf.edu.au

The following must be included on the back of each artwork in clear writing:

  • Student’s name
  • Student’s age
  • Student’s class
  • Name of school
  • School contact (name and email address of teacher or Principal)

Closing date

This competition closes on Friday, 16 April 2021. Entries postmarked after this date will not be entered in the competition. Artwork will not be returned.

Links

Download the PDF competition flyer.
 
Visit and share the Facebook event page.
 
View more competition details and full terms and conditions.
 
This competition is run by the ARC Centre of Excellence for Integrative Brain Function.

Good luck to all students who send in an entry!

ARC Centre of Excellence for Integrative Brain Function (CIBF)

The Brain Dialogue, Brain Dialogue Discovery

The Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Integrative Brain Function seeks to better understand how the brain interacts with the world by focusing on the brain’s intricate structure and functions that underlie attention, prediction and decision-making.