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dot-art Schools Exhibition 2022 – 10th Birthday!

dot-art Schools 2022 Exhibition, Royal Liver Building, 10th – 24th June 2022


dot-art Schools Exhibition 2022 Liver Building

We are delighted to announce that dot-art Schools 2022 Exhibition will be held at the iconic Royal Liver Building and open to the public from Friday 10th June to Friday 24th June (closed Sundays). We are grateful to CBRE who manage the building, for offering us this wonderful venue to host our 10th birthday exhibition.

The Royal Liver Building is a Grade I listed building located at the Pier Head and, along with the neighbouring Port of Liverpool Building and Cunard Building, is one of Liverpool’s Three Graces, which line the city’s waterfront.

dot-art Schools Exhibition Poster 2022

You can view the winning works from 80 participating schools in the dot-art Schools 2022 exhibition, from Friday 10th June to Friday 24th June in the iconic Liver Building, Pier Head, Liverpool, L3 1HU.

Open 12 noon – 6pm daily, closed Sundays. FREE entry, no booking required.


Who won?

The overall winners and runners up were announced at prize giving ceremony on 9th June 2022.

dot-art Schools 2022 Overall Primary Winner 

“School Day” by Cleo James of Blackmoor Park Junior School

Primary Runner-up 1

“Sleeping Cat” by Charlotte Simon of St Sebastian’s Primary School

Primary Runner up 2

“Protecting our Environment” by Zaira Di Francescantonio of Holy Rosary Catholic Primary School


dot-art Schools 2022 Overall Secondary Winner

“Rick the Otter” by Jake McCoy of Maghull High School

Secondary Runner up 1

“The Bench” by Nikita of Greenbank High School

Secondary Runner up 2

“Help” by Charlie Button of St Hilda’s CE High School


Protecting Our Environment Winners

Primary Winner

“Save our Polar Bears” by Roman Waring of Bridgemere C of E Primary School

Primary Runner Up

“Save the Planet” by Nathan of St Matthew’s CE Primary School

Primary Highly Commended

“Save our Whales” by Ollie E of the Delamere Academy

Primary Highly Commended

“The Helpful Cat” by Isaac Creighton of Childwall Valley Primary School


Secondary Winner

“Extinction” by Eve O’Mahoney from Bellrive FCJ School

Secondary Runner Up

“Insects and The Environment 13” by Nina Renwick Horne of King David School

To view more photographs from the exhibition and prize giving click here

To watch a recording of the primary prize giving click here

To watch a recording of the secondary prize giving click here


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