The London Tourism Cooperative has launched a Festival of Hope competition for talented young artists, to celebrate the sense of unity within communities during lockdown.
The London Tourism Cooperative is a not for profit tourism marketing consortium. Their mission is to rebuild the value of tourism to the London economy, develop and promote the visit to London experience.
The competition will run from 19 November 2020 at 10am and closes at noon on Friday 26 February 2021. The exhibition of winners and runners up will be at The O2 in Spring 2021.
There are three age groups (0 – 6, 7 – 11, and 12 – 19 years old) so households can submit more than one entry and each submission will be entering a chance to win a VIP family trip to London.
The winner of each category will see their artwork displayed at The O2 in London, two nights’ accommodation in an Edwardian Hotel, a visitor oyster card for travel on public transport (including Uber Boat by Thames Clippers), The Original Tour hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus tour of London, lunch at the iconic Hard Rock Cafe, the original rock and roll restaurant and much more. Admission to KidZania a scaled city replica of real life for children aged 4 – 14 years old. For older children admission to Sherlock: The Game is Now, tickets Up at The O2, over the top of the iconic O2 building and a half days work experience at Dewynters, one of the world’s leading international creative agency.
For more information on what to submit and how to enter, please visit the LTC’s Facebook page.