Remembrance Day Poster Competition
2014 11 November 2014 - 28 February 2015

Each year the Shrine of Remembrance invites Victorian Primary School students to demonstrate their creativity by taking part in the annual Remembrance Day Poster Competition. 

The theme for 2014 was: The First Anzacs. The winning entry was created by Abbey Rumbiolo and Luci Artini, Year 6 students from St Luke’s Catholic Primary School, Shepparton. This poster will become the official Remembrance Day poster and will be used by the Shrine to promote the 2015 Victorian Remembrance Day Service on banners, posters and flyers.

Abbey and Luci and the other school students who were highly commended for their poster designs, have each won a selection of books on Australian military history from the Department of Veterans’ Affairs. Students will also be invited to place a flower in the Field of Poppies on Remembrance Day.

The Shrine Trustees wish to thank the Department of Veterans’ Affairs for their support of the Remembrance Day Poster Competition and all the Victorian Primary Schools and students who participated.

2014 Winners Artist’s statement:

The shattered blue in our picture represents the shattered lives of the ANZAC’s and their families. The Shrine represents the people we remember who went to Gallipoli. It also represents 100 years since the soldiers who fought for us went to Gallipoli. The newspaper on the Shrine represents the posters and newspapers from the First World War. The man made out of poppies represents the first Anzacs.

Abbey Rumbiolo & Luci Artini

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