Rooftop residents live in some amazing communities, and if you celebrate those communities in art you could win an iPad!
Celebrate Community in Art
Lockdown has brought out the artist in so many of us and we want to encourage that in the Rooftop Resident Art Competition.
To take part, you need to produce an art work, painting, collage, sculpture, photography, whatever you want, that celebrates “Community”.
It’s that simple!
You could paint the homes in your street, photograph your view, put together something that makes you feel part of “community”. Take the theme however you want, just get creative.
Win an Apple 8 Gen iPad!
Take your art to the next level with our grand prize, an Apple 10.2-inch,128 GB iPad Wi-Fi, 8th generation tablet, kindly donated by LIMA Networks.
With this iPad, you can unleash your creativity and design your next masterpiece. Taking great photos and editing video also comes easy with this latest version.
For a chance to win this fantastic prize fill in your entry below..
How to Enter
You must be able to provide a single picture or scan of your artwork (Or if it’s photography then the original photo is fine we don’t expect you to take a picture of it!!) upload it along with your details in the entry form below.
To enter you need to be 16 or over, and a Rooftop Housing Group resident (please read the full T&C’s before entering)
The closing date is 31 March 2021.
Our Guest Judge
We are delighted that The Head Judge for the competition is Photographer, Artist and Actor, Emma Samms MBE.
Emma Samms is a British actress and TV host, best known for her role as Holly Sutton on the American daytime soap opera General Hospital and for replacing Pamela Sue Martin as Fallon Carrington Colby on the prime time soap opera Dynasty.
Emma co-founded the Starlight Children's Foundation, an organization that helps seriously ill children and their families cope with their pain, fear and isolation through entertainment, education and family activities. Her work saw her appointed as a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) for services to seriously and terminally ill children.