The jury members of an art competition accompanying the European Heritage Days 2007 “People of the Road. Travellers, pilgrims, wanderers”, met on 26 and 27 November and 4 December 2007. The competition, organised by the National Heritage Board of Poland and the Centre for Civic Education, was addressed to primary and secondary school (gimnazjum) pupils. Its purpose was to encourage the children, and their teachers, to take an active part in the cultural events taking place in Poland at the time, and to expand their knowledge about the cultural accomplishments of the region of the participants’ origin as well as about its protection. The competing compositions totalled 2179 from 151 schools. The competition involved three thematic categories: I – works executed in a chosen technique and on maximum size A2 sheet, II – black-and-white or colour photographs, III – a film. The competitors were divided into three age groups: I – primary school forms 1-3, II – primary school forms 4-6, III – secondary school (gimnazjum) forms 1-3. The jury presented prizes to individual contestants and school forms, with an additional distinction. All forms taking part in the competition received commemorative “Protector of Historical Monuments” diplomas.