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Callout for young Aboriginal artists

Liverpool City Council’s Events Team would like to invite one of our young Aboriginal artists to paint a mural on their event equipment storage container during this years’ NAIDOC celebrations. The selected artist will be required to commence the artwork at Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre where the Container is stationed and complete the artwork on Monday 9 July at Council’s NAIDOC Family Fun Day between 1pm – 4pm in Bigge Park, Liverpool. Submissions close on 22 June 2018 at 5pm.

A design is to be painted on steel storage container that is to be used onsite at various Council events beginning with NAIDOC week event at Bigge Park. A design on paper (no larger than A3 sized) or provided as a digital image (less than 5MB) is required for required art work that the artist will apply to the container. The applied work will be a minimum of 2 metres in height and 1 metre in length using only exterior paint suitable for steel storage containers which will be provided by Liverpool City Council. The theme of the artwork should reflect this year’s NAIDOC theme being ‘Because of her, we can.’ Your entry (artwork design) will need to be submitted by email and include a detailed description of the art work and a short personal biography. Applicants must be between the age of 13 and 18 years old. Terms and Conditions apply and must be adhered to.

The successful artist will be paid a fee of $500 (excluding GST) for the completion of the public artwork on the Event Equipment Container.

Submissions must be sent in a high resolution format (Portable Document Format (PDF) or JPEG) and emailed to A Selection Panel will review and evaluate all EOIs, and will decide the successful submission.

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Wednesday 6 June, 2018
Friday 22 June, 2018
Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre
Venue Address
1 Powerhouse Rd

New South Wales, Casula

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