9th December 2005 at 00:00
The Sculpture4Kids competition, run by the Robert Bowman Gallery Trust, invites entries on the theme of "The environment and recycling - trash to treasure". Closing date for registration is January 31, and for photographs of entries, April 29. Children aged 4-6, 7-10 and 11-13 are required to create a piece of sculpture using everyday materials such as egg cartons, CDs, leaves, bark and cotton reels. The pound;10,000 prize money (sponsored by the Betterware Foundation) is divided between the three category winners.

Tel: 0207 589 0221

Mission to Titan challenges KS13 pupils to use FluxTime Studio (an online animation environment) to create a five-minute clip by February 10. After dreaming up and developing a story about their own mission to Titan, they are required to design a spacecraft, create alien worlds and creatures, and build characters and crew members. Three winning clips per key stage will be selected and shown in an online exhibition. Winners receive one year's free school membership.


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