Waste-Ed Art Competition


Glenorchy City Council’s Waste Service 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 does a litter free world look like?

All artworks entered will be displayed at the Moonah Arts Centre during July 2018.

A winning work will be selected by Mayor Kristie Johnston and displayed on the side of Glenorchy City Council’s new litter truck!

An event to open the display and announce the winning work will be held at Moonah Arts Centre at 11am on Friday 6th July .2018.

Enter your group’s artwork by completing the entry form on page two of the flyer and return to Danielle Hall (Waste Education Officer) at dhall@gcc.tas.gov.au by Friday 22nd June 2018.


  • Your artwork must measure 84cm(W) x 37cm(H)
  • This is a collaborative art-making activity, that means you are making your artwork as a group
  • Entries must be 2D or wall-hanging works, this may include: painting, drawing, collage, a wall-hanging assemblage, or a photograph of an assemblage (image made from found objects)
  • Your artwork must fill the whole space
  • Groups are encouraged, but not limited, to use recycled materials

Waste-Ed Art Competition for Glenorchy Municipality Schools