The BBC Northern Ireland have launched The Wonder Gallery, a new digital art exhibition space to inspire creativity in young people aged between 4 and 18.
Every week, they're inviting budding artists to submit an electronic copy of a new piece of art they have created - it can be on paper with crayon, on canvas with paint, or digitally on a tablet or computer – whatever is on hand at home.
To keep everyone on their toes, an original theme will be set each weekend by an artist on Radio Ulster’s The Culture Cafe. The first choice comes from Colin Davidson – well known for his large scale portraits of everyone from Ed Sheeran to Brad Pitt to the Queen. He has chosen the theme ‘Another World’, and you can see him talking about his choice here.
More details on how parents can send completed artwork can be found on the website and, once received, the BBC will upload them to the appropriate age category (4 - 7, 8 - 11, 12 - 15 or 16 - 18) where they will remain.