Glenorchy City Council’s Waste Services department is running a competition for school students in the local community.
As a school or class group, your students are invited to create an artwork in response to the competition theme: What happens to the food we don’t eat?
All artworks entered will be displayed at the Moonah Arts Centre during July. A winning work will be selected by Alderman Kristie Johnston, Mayor of Glenorchy, and displayed on the side of Glenorchy City Council’s litter truck!
Please see the Waste-Ed Art 2019 flyer below for guidelines.
Please note the important dates:
- Registration form due on Friday 5 April;
- Paper dropped off to your school on Friday 3 May;
- Completed artwork collected from your school by the GCC Waste Education Officer on Friday 28 June;
- Exhibition Opening and Winner announced at the Moonah Arts Centre at 11am, Friday 5 July;
- Exhibition continues until Saturday 27 July.