Project life are delighted to announce the winners of the 2012 Student Arts competition.
1st Prize - Sophie Wills, Millom School. 2nd prize - Erica Inglis, Stockport college. 3rd prize - Jason Rhodes, Stockport College
The judges were really impressed with the high standard of the work submitted by all.
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The judges have been studying all the entries and have now drawn up their shortlist. To view the shortlist click here. There were hundreds of entries of a very high standard and many were inspirational. We would like to congratulate all entrants on achieving such a high standard. Well done to all those who were shortlisted - and you will receive an email inviting you to bring your artwork for the final judging. Shortlisted entries will be exhibited at the Manchester Science Festival at the end of October.
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