Children asked to get painting for Sightsavers Ireland

Sightsavers Ireland is calling on Galway primary school children to paint ‘The sight they would most like to see’ for the first Sightsavers Ireland Junior Painter of the Year Awards.

Sightsavers are expecting hundreds of students from Galway primary schools to take part in this competition, launched to coincide with World Sight Day 2009 which takes place today.

Entries will be judged by a panel including The Irish Times art critic Aidan Dunne. There are four categories; Junior and Senior Infants, first and second class, third and fourth class, fifth and sixth Class. Each region (Leinster, Munster, Connacht/Ulster ) will have a winner from each category.

All 12 winners will receive vouchers for Easons plus passes to Airfield. At the exhibition launch in early 2010, the four overall national winners will be announced.

Information packs on the Junior Painter of the Year Awards are available by contacting Sightsavers Ireland through www.sightsavers.ie/schools, 01 - 6637666, or at [email protected] and the deadline for entries is Friday November 20.

 

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