FW: Art Competition!

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Subject: FW: Art Competition!
From: Lori Gould <>
Date: Thu, 30 Apr 2020 03:18:30 +0000

For your info….


The wetland Street Art Competition has reopened! For those who missed it, we’re seeking submissions for designs that explore our Wetlands, Rivers, Cultural Heritage, or ways to care for our Environment.

We've had to make some changes to the format of the competition because of the current health measures, and because some wonderful entrants have had to drop out due to moving away. The silver lining is that it's actually a great time to get creative at home with a cup of tea and good health, whilst still feeling connected to our outside environment!​

The competition is open to anyone and is free to enter! The top five designs will go to a public vote, and the winning artist will receive $2000 plus $500 worth of materials to install their design.​

If you can get it down in a 26sqm cement area, we’re interested in seeing it! That includes murals, stencilling, paint-acrylics or chalk, amongst a host of suggestions. ​

The site is in a newly established wetland in Kingston, adjoining Jerrabomberra wetlands and is actively filtering 17,000 kgs of chemical elements and sediment from the creek every year so that we, and all the other wetland critters, can have clean rivers to play in.​

The winning artist will receive $2000 plus a further $500 for installation materials. Interested? Get involved! Head to our Google Form at for specs and more info. Don't have a Google account? Easy, just email Janie at for a submission form. 


Kind regards,




MCG logoJaniebelle Reilly

Project Officer

Molonglo Conservation Group



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