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Biasi gets creative with schools competition

Boiler and heating manufacturer Biasi UK has launched an educational art competition.

Biasi gets creative with schools competition

Pupils are being encouraged to come up with radiator designs with an environmental theme.

Richard Braid, Biasi UK marketing director, said: “We believe this is an excellent way for us to engage with our local community by providing an opportunity for schools to get involved in a very different art competition, while also learning more about the importance of saving energy and preserving the environment.

“Schools coming up with the best designs will receive a wide range of prizes including: laptops, digital cameras, printers and sports equipment. We hope the teaching staff and pupils alike will enjoy creating their works of art using an unusual and very different medium and look forward to seeing the fruits of their labours during the judging process.”

Initially each school will be running their own internal competition to select the best two designs and the subsequent winning creations will be painted onto the radiators. All entries will then be judged by a panel of specialists, who will select the best eight which will be exhibited in the Saddlers Shopping Centre in Walsall during the summer of 2011.

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