‘We hope that we will once again receive art, writing (creative or factual, poetry or prose), photography and creative responses of all kinds to the story of King Maine. Submissions last time came from all over the world and from people aged 3 to 100 year old. We would love to have that diversity again. We will also be announcing details of our new programme for schools based on the archaeology of the site in the next few weeks.The anthology will be launched on Bilberry Sunday 30th July in Ardagh Heritage and Creativity Centre. Submissions should reach us by 5th May.
Terms and Conditions:
We are accepting poetry and writing (fact or fiction) up to a maximum of 1500 words and artworks of any media. The only restriction is that it is your own original work.
You can enter from wherever you are in the world, by post or by email.
Artworks sent by post should not exceed A4 in size.
Please send all submissions to:
Ardagh Heritage and Creativity Centre,
Email applications to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Date for applications: 5th May 2017