We announce with pleasure the results of the competition for a logo of the project SCHOOL4CITY. We congratulate to the students who won three top prizes and thank to all those who participated and contributed with their creativity to the success of this competition. We also want to thank to teachers for encouraging and motivating their students to take part in this competition, contributing thus to their empowerment, so that in the future they can take a more active role in the creation of their cities and neighbourhoods.
Below you can read a report on the competition.
A competition for the project logo designing was announced in Montenegrin schools on 15 January 2016 and was open until 15 February 2016. By the deadline, 218 entries were received from 194 students from 36 primary and secondary schools in Montenegro and one primary school from Zrenjanin, Serbia. On 19 February 2016, a five-member jury met in Expeditio office in Kotor to select the best works. The jury was composed of the following members:
- Zoran Kruta, painter, Tivat
- Marica Kuznjecov, graphic designer, Budva
- Beća Radulović, graphic designer, Kotor
- Nevena Čabrilo, the Bureau for Education Services of Montenegro, Podgorica
- Biljana Gligorić, architect, Kotor
1. First prize - Anđela Ognjenović, Primary School “Orjenski bataljon”, Bijela
2. Second prize - Bojan Milunović, Primary School “Veljko Drobnjaković“, Risan
3. Third Prize – Vladimir Marić, High School “Slobodan Škerović“, Podgorica
Additional awards to students:
In addition to 3 first prizes the jury decided, although it had not been originally planned, to award diplomas to the following 13 students whose works stood out for being very creative and original: Nikolina Raičević, Mija Raičević, Anja Miranović, Kristina Milačić, Aleksandra Mugoša and Nikola Vukčevića (Primary School “Vlado Milić” Podgorica), Ivana Đurović and Jelena Krivokapić (Primary School “Orjenski bataljon” Bijela), Ivana Kovač and Nikoleta Ćorović (Primary School “Veljko Drobnjaković“ Risan), Andrea Usanović (Primary School “Ivo Visin“ Prčanj), Nemanja Đurić (Primary School “Dašo Pavičić“ Herceg Novi) and Mila Stojanović (Fine Arts Secondary School “Petar Lubarda“ Cetinje).
Additional awards to schools:
The jury also awarded diplomas to the following 26 schools in Montenegro for sending group entries of their students: Primary School “Luka Simonović“ Nikšić, Primary School “Vlado Milić“ Podgorica, Primary School “Milan Vuković“ Herceg Novi, Primary School “Njegoš“ Kotor, Primary School “Ivo Visin“ Prčanj, Primary School “Oktoih“ Podgorica, Primary School “Vuk Karadžič“ Bistrica, Primary School “Mladost“ Kanje, Primary School “Rifat Burdžović“ Lozna, Primary School “Dašo Pavičić“ Herceg Novi, Primary School “Braća Ribar“ Nikšić, Primary School “Orjenski bataljon“ Bijela, Primary School “Veljko Drobnjaković“ Risan and its branch school in Morinj, Primary School “Sutjeska“ Podgorica, Primary School “Vuko Jovović“ Danilovgrad, Secondary School for Civil Engineering and Geodesy “Inžinjer Marko Radević“ Podgorca, High School Kotor, Fine Arts Secondary School “Petar Lubarda“ Cetinje, Secondary School of Electrical Engineering “Vaso Aligrudić“ Podgorica, Primary School “Marko Miljanov“ Bijelo Polje, Primary School “Milorad Musa Burzan“ Podgorica, JU Srednja muzička škola „Dara Čokorilo“ Nikšić, Primary School “Olga Golović“ Nikšić, Primary School “Maršal Tito“ Ulcinj and Primary School “Donja Lovnica“ Rožaje.
Announcement of the winners and an award ceremony will be held in Podgorica, on 9 March 2016, during the kick-off event of the project SCHOOL4CITY.