Get your #sciart featured on the next What's on guide!

Have a great image linking science and art? Now is your chance to have it featured on the cover of our What's on guide.

Competition

Help us design the front cover of our Summer What's on guide!

This summer, we've got an exciting programme of events lined up, including a whole week dedicated to the fantastic, beautiful and surprising links between art and science. So the front page needs to match.

We're looking for something visually striking: an eye-catching image, illustration or photograph that represents the link between art and science. It needs to be your own work and something that you're happy for us to share.

The winning image will be featured on the front page of our What's On guide (appropriately credited, of course) and the winner will receive two free tickets to any event in the Summer programme.

We'll be choosing the winner first thing on Monday 13 March, so get your submissions in by 9am on Monday!

How to enter

To enter the competition, simply submit your image using this link: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/RiImageComp2017

Once you've submitted your image, join in the conversation on Twitter by tweeting your image, tagging us @Ri_Science and adding the hashtag #sciart.

Images should be at least 1200px wide and the files must be less than 16MB.

Terms and Conditions

• You must be aged 18 or over
• Images must contain only material which is the intellectual property of the person submitting it
• You must ensure that anyone appearing in your work has given their permission for their image to be used
• The copyright of each work remains with the entrant but the Royal Institution reserves the right to reproduce any of the works in any promotional materials or websites relating to the Royal Institution and to use the entries for future exhibitions and display.

Previous front cover images

  • January-April 2017 front cover

    Credit: Joe Dyer via Flickr

  • September-November 2016 front cover

    Credit: Dave Finley, NRA-OAUI-NSF

  • May-August 2016 front cover

    Credit: Thomas Schultz via Wikimedia