Remembrance Day Poster Competition


Victorian Primary School students are invited to enter the annual Shrine Remembrance Day Poster Competition. Students may enter this Poster Competition as individuals or as a class entry via the teacher

The winning poster may become the official Remembrance Day poster for the Shrine of Remembrance and appear on flyers and posters around the City of Melbourne. The schools of the winning and highly commended art works will receive a selection of books from Department of Veterans’ Affairs, a personalised guided tour at the Shrine on Remembrance Day and an opportunity to place a flower in the Field of Poppies whilst attending the Official Remembrance Day Service on 11 November.

A selection of shortlisted artworks will be displayed at the Shrine to coincide with Remembrance Day. An exhibition of the finalists for the 2016 competition is on display until 26 February 2017 in the Shrine Visitor Centre.

The 2017 competition will open soon.
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Winning Entry 2016

A Friend’s Journey by Claudia Cover, Grade 6 Holy Rosary Primary School, Kensington
Artist statement: "Beneath the journey of two best friends who experience the torment of war—with only one returning home—lies a bright and colourful red field of symbolic poppies, with reflective icons of their shared experiences together."