Easter Activity

Art Competition

Seeds Of Imagination

This competition has now closed. Return to this page to find out who the winners are shortly!

Win the opportunity to design the next art installations to feature in Wake The Tiger, plus an annual membership to the world’s first Amazement Park!

The Meridians have planted seeds of imagination around the Dream Factory, but what will they bloom into?

Four plant pots have popped up around the Dream Factory with a partially-sprouted seedling in them. Each pot and seed sprout looks a little bit different, and each are aligned to the four elements; Earth, Air, Fire & Water.

Visit this Easter to view the seedlings in their environment, be inspired and then create your own interpretive drawings of what you think they will bloom into.

Drawings must be submitted between Wednesday 27th March – Sunday 14th April.

Fettlegarm ( EARTH) – This highly-adaptable weed produces colourful vines that are useful for weaving & textile-making.

Prickly Gloomtrap (AIR) – This thorny succulent’s leaves can be burned as incense to cleanse vibes and alleviate bad moods.

Spicy Grassroot (FIRE) – When ground, the beans may be enjoyed as a hot beverage, increasing community productivity & engagement.

Crystalily (WATER) – Blooming only in freezing temperatures, the pollen can be used in medicine, and food preservation.

Winners will see their drawings brought to life by our in-house production team, in time to then be showcased in The Dream Factory from 19th May to 14th July, with the winner’s name on a plaque. Each winner also receives an annual membership.

Meet The Judges

Luke Mitchell | Wake The Tiger Co-Founder “We are super thrilled to invite aspiring artists to unleash their creativity and be part of Wake the Tiger’s immersive world. Our drawing competition offers a unique opportunity for entrants to collaborate with our creative team, turning their visions into reality. The chance to see their artwork come to life within our experience is truly extraordinary and embodies the spirit of community and creativity that defines Wake the Tiger and Bristol at large.”

George Cook | Avon Wildlife Trust People and Wildlife Officer I’m here to spread the joy of nature and wildlife so I’m super excited to be asked to connect with Wake The Tiger and bring together our passions for the environment and art.”