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Watershed Creative Prize opens entries for 2022

Create a force for change in the Watershed Creative Prize 2022! Artists from all realms of the creative sphere are now invited to enter their work into three categories, traditional, written and emerging technologies that resonate with sustainability.

The distinguished Prize celebrates a range of creative expressions from three different 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

Cash prizes range from $2,000 for first prize (1 for each of 3 categories), 3 x $500 runners up prize (1 for each of 3 categories), and $1,000 for the Emerging Youth Creative Artist Prize.

Mayor Gillian Aldridge OAM said the Prize shined a spotlight on contemporary art and grassroots talent in the City of Salisbury and beyond.

The Watershed Creative Prize, previously The Watershed Art Prize, has been running for more than a decade now, with the written and emerging technologies categories added in 2020 to include a greater scope of artistic expressions.

Artists, writers, illustrators and photographers are invited to submit their work and use their talents as an outcry to inspire a greener and more sustainable future.

Mayor Gillian Aldridge OAM

An exhibition of entries will be held at the John Harvey Community Hall at the Salisbury Community Hub in May-June 2022.

Registration entries are now open. The Prize is open state wide.

Entries close 28 March 2022. Full details and conditions can be found here.