Glenorchy City Council's Waste Services department is running a competition for school students in the local community. Create an artwork in response to the competition theme: Sort it out! When we sort our
Glenorchy City Council’s Waste Services department is running a competition for school students in the local community.
Create an artwork in response to the competition theme:
Sort it out!
When we sort our waste before it goes in the bin, it ends up in the right place.
Glenorchy is moving to a ‘three bin waste collection service’ and is providing all residential properties with a Food Organics Garden Organics (FOGO) bin and service. That means that each house will have a recycling bin, a FOGO bin, and a general waste bin. It is important to separate all our waste correctly and make sure our bins don’t get contaminated with items that should be in a different bin.
All artworks entered will be displayed by Moonah Arts Centre in an online exhibition from late June 2020. A selection of artworks will be chosen by Alderman Kristie Johnston, Mayor of Glenorchy, and displayed on the side of the Glenorchy City Council’s litter truck!
- your artwork must be A4 size and landscape orientation
- your artwork must fill the whole A4 page
- get creative with your materials, examples of the types of materials you can use include: paint, pencils, pen, crayon, collage, or a photograph of an assemblage (image made from found objects)
- students are encouraged, but not limited, to use recycled materials
- this competition is open to students who live or attend school in the Glenorchy area
- entries close Monday 22 June
(Monday) 10:00 am