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Watershed Creative Prize

This year we relaunch as the Watershed Creative Prize, which will allow creative people to capture what sustainability means to them via an expanded range of mediums including not only traditional artworks, but written works and those developed using emerging technologies.

A $2000 prize will be awarded to the best artwork in each of three categories, judged by the panel that best represents the theme of SUSTAINABILITY. There are also three runner up prizes ($500 each), and an Emerging Youth Creative Artist Prize ($1000). Artworks can be made available for sale by the owners in a large scale exhibition at the Salisbury Community Hub.

The Watershed Creative Prize finalists will be exhibited in the John Harvey Community Hall for six weeks from 10 May to 18 June 2021.

The categories

Traditional – photography, painting, sculpture, pottery/ceramics

Written – poetry, song writing, short story, play writing, blog

Emerging Technologies – music composition, dance, singing or theatrical performance, podcast, drama or vocal performance, videography/film making

To enter

Produce a piece of artwork or your creative submission that best represents SUSTAINABILITY to you. Please complete the application form at the bottom of this page.

Entries close 19 April 2021.

Terms and conditions

Please ensure you read the terms and conditions before entering - click here.

For more information

If you have any questions regarding the Watershed prize please contact Richard Browning on 0439 231 045 or email arts@salisbury.sa.gov.au.

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