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Last December, we announced an art contest for students in grades four to eight of Łódź schools to create a New Year card with good wishes for the living former prisoners of the concentration camp on Przemysłowa Street.
Due to the high level of interest and in response to numerous requests from teachers and principals, we are extending the deadline for submitting competition works until the end of January 2022.

Please be reminded you that the works must meet two conditions:
1. Each card must include the child’s face motif presented in the logo of our Museum (you can use a ready-made printout).
2. The works are to be made only with manual techniques, without the use of electronic tools. The technique of the work is free – we accept collage, pastels, crayons, tissue paper, charcoal, any kind of paint, silver foil.
All the cards made will be presented to the Survivors, and the most interesting ones which will be selected by the jury (the Museum’s management and staff, a lecturer at the Academy of Fine Arts in Łódź) will be posted on our website. Their authors will receive valuable in-kind prizes and an invitation to a meeting with the Survivors to be held in June 2022.

Competition winners:
The winners of the art contest for a New Year card with good wishes for the former prisoners of the concentration camp on Przemysłowa Street have been picked.

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The art contest for a New Year card with good wishes for the former prisoners of the concentration camp on Przemysłowa Street has been closed and the winners have been picked. The event was held under the patronage of the Ombudsman for Children and the Board of Education in Łódź.

The contest jury consisting of: Michał Hankiewicz (head of the jury), dr Marcin Mielczarek from the Academy of Fine Arts in Łódź, Patrycja Czyszpak-Pawlak, dr Jakub Parol and Jolanta Sowińska-Gogacz, appreciated the high level of artistry and unique concepts of the submitted works. Each card had to meet the following two conditions: it had to feature a child’s face motif from the Museum’s logo and it had to be created using only manual techniques.

Out of the many submitted works, the jury decided that the first place would go to the artwork prepared by Zofia Stępień. The card created by Lena Staniewicz took the second place. The jury also awarded two equal distinctions, which went to Nadia Sobiczewska and Jakub Lubaniak.

We would like to thank all students who participated in the art contest and remember the former prisoners of the German Nazi Concentration Camp for Polish Children on Przemysłowa Street. We do believe this small gesture will deeply touch all the Survivors.

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