Children aged 4-12 can take part. Drawings for cycle 1 entrants (4-5 year-olds) will be judged at local and national level. Those for the 6-12 age groups will be judged at local, national and international level. The jury is unbiased and will apply the following criteria: overall impression, autonomy, originality, imagination, force of expression.
The jury’s decisions are final. Legal action is ruled out. When they send in their artwork, participants confirm that they have produced the work themselves (that they are the artist). They authorise us to publish their work. All artworks will remain the property of Banque Raiffeisen. The winners will be notified in writing. There will be no cash equivalent of the prizes. Paint, draw or create how you want to and with what you want to. Choose black and white or colour, Indian ink or watercolours, coloured pencils, chalk, felt pens, spray paint or charcoal. Make a poster, a cartoon strip, a collage or a montage. Use printing techniques or digital processing, computer graphics or photo-montages (but not a single printed photo) – all of these techniques are permitted.
IMPORTANT: You must not reproduce or copy images. We want your own, original ideas! Use your sense of fair play! Your picture should be in A3 format (42 x 30 cm). Please write your full name, address, telephone number, date of birth and the name of your school in capital letters on the entry form.
Personal data will be processed by Raiffeisen Bank s.c. 4, rue Léon Laval L-3372 Leudelange. For more information on the processing of personal data, please consult our Information Notes on events, games and competitions available on the Bank's website under the heading "Data Protection".
If they have any questions or wish to exercise their rights, participants may contact the Data Protection Office: Chargé de Protection des Données, Banque Raiffeisen s.c. B.P. 111 L-2011 Luxembourg B.P. 111 L-2011 Luxembourg or via e-mail to: email@example.com, without prejudice to their right to lodge a complaint with the National Commission for Data Protection.