Get your portrait on Buckingham Palace

Face Britain is accepting portraits until 31 March 2012. After this, we’ll be holding a series of events, exhibitions and even a Guinness World Records attempt for ‘Most artists working on the same art installation’, to celebrate everyone’s work!
We want you to take part!
The first step in getting involved in Face Britain is to create your self portrait – our Resources section has some great ideas to help you get started. Once you’ve made your portrait give it to your Face Britain leader who might be your teacher, parent/guardian or youth club leader. They have to register first.
There are lots of ways you can get involved in Face Britain. You can create a self portrait online, at home or in class, then give it to your Face Britain leader by email or on paper. Your portrait will go into the online gallery and be part of a special portrait of HM The Queen which is going to be projected onto Buckingham Palace!

Face BritainYou’ve got until 31 March to enter your portrait to Face Britain.

As part of the Jubilee Celebrations, Face Britain is holding a number of events, exhibitions and even a Guinness World Records attempt for ‘Most artists working on the same art installation’.

And they want YOU to take part!

All you need to do is to create your self portrait. You can create a self portrait online, at home or in class, then give it to a Face Britain leader by email or on paper.

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Your portrait will go into the online gallery and be part of a special portrait of HM The Queen which is going to be projected onto Buckingham Palace!

To find out more (and get your teacher, parent / guardian or youth club leader to register) just click on facebritain.org.uk

You’ll be joining Adele, Derren Brown, Michael Caine, Fearne Cotton, Simon Cowell, Carol Ann Duffy, Richard E. Grant, Michael Morpurgo, Gary Oldman, Jamie Oliver, Cliff Richard, Alan Rickman, The Wanted and Wallace & Gromit who have all contributed portraits.

Have fun and hopefully we’ll see your face on Buckingham Palace between 19 and 21 April.

As well as Buckingham Palace, the portraits will also be displayed across the UK as part of The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations.

Face Britain is open to all children aged 4 – 16 years

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