Thank you to everyone who entered this week - what fantastic adverts! I'm sure the design agencies for the UK's top museums and galleries could learn a thing or two. As we have been doing for a number of weeks, we are announcing two winners from any school.
Our first winner this week is emotional_cherry of Noel Park Primary School. They worded their advert very creatively to appeal to those looking to reintroduce art to their life under lockdown and the message was strong and clear!
Our second winner is memorable_orchard of Michael Faraday School, who showed a brilliant example of how when writing, less can really be more. Their words for their advert were well-chosen to communicate the value of the museum and they used several attention grabbing phrases to pack a punch.
Well done to both of you, and everyone who entered!
As you might know, some art galleries and museums will be re-opening in the UK from Monday and some of Europe's biggest galleries have also begun to reopen.
So, this week's competition asks you to:
Design an advert for a re-opening art gallery or museum!
You can do this for a particular gallery or museum, or an imaginary one.
We recommend that you include
-A catchy headline to tell people you are reopening
-A few lines of text underneath to explain more about :
Remember, explain why people should sign up to visit - what's the benefit of art for them? Choose your words carefully, adverts don't usually have much text because they go on posters / in newspapers.
You don't need to worry about announcing rules for social distancing, or specific opening times. You might want to mention things could look a bit different, but remember this is an advert, not a set of guidelines!
Example: My advert for a re-opening art gallery/museum would say...