Have your artwork on show at the Parliament by entering the ‘Inspired Impressions’ competition.
The aim of the competition, promoted by Bite the Ballot, is to transform Parliament using the vision and creative style of young people.
Artwork should be on the theme ‘Britain in 2012’. Young people are asked to think about what inspires them and what great things are going on in Britain. These can be pictures, paintings, pastels, photographs and collages, and should be between A1 and A4 in size.
Once you have created your work all you need to do is take a picture of the artwork and upload it to any inspired impressions portal or via the Bite the Ballot website.
The UK will be divided into 14 regions and Bite the Ballot is looking for three winners in each region.
All entries are voted for by the public, using Facebook and Twitter, so this is a great opportunity to promote your work.
Submissions close at 6pm on 15th August
before going to the public vote via Facebook and Twitter for one week. Results will be announced on 6th September and all successful applicants will be invited to view their artwork in Parliament this autumn.
To find out more, please visit the Bite the Ballot website at www.bitetheballot.co.uk