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Tuesday, 21 July 2015 08:42

Annual Art Competition Countdown

Annual Art Competition Countdown

Calling all budding young artists out there, we have but a few days remaining for you to send us your pictures to enter our annual art competition which will close promptly this coming Friday, 24 July. The theme this year is ‘Predators of the Cape’, so there are lots of interesting animals that fall into this category.

The competition is open to anyone under the age of 18, and there is no limit to the number of entries you may submit. The winning twelve pictures will help to create a 2016 calendar, which will be officially printed by CTP Printers in Cape Town, and the twelve winners and a friend will be treated to a Cape Leopard Trust wilderness camp in the Cederberg.

For more information or to arrange delivery of a picture please contact Helen at 076 522 1201 or see our website: Calendar Art Competition 2015: Predators of the Cape

 

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