NSW Youth Week 2010 Design Competition


Are you a young person who loves art? Want to have your creative design seen across NSW? Want to win $1,000? Enter the NSW Youth Week 2010 Design Competition! Youth Week is a celebration of young people. Part of that celebration is giving young people the opportunity to express themselves creatively, in a way that can help promote Youth Week across the state.  The winning entry will be used for the NSW Youth Week 2010 website, poster and other promotional materials.

 The winning entry may take the form of a poster, or a website, or just some images jotted down on paper. It may be a photo, or a drawing, or a totally electronic graphic design.  The design may work around the words ‘National Youth Week’; use this year’s theme, “Live it Now!”; or incorporate the safe driving messages of major sponsor Arrivealive.com.au It could be anything – as long as it’s funky, creative, and says something about what it means or feels like to be a young person in NSW.

Entrants must: – Be under the age of 25, – Live in New South Wales, – Have entries submitted by 5pm, Monday 16 November 2009, – Submit their own original design – you can’t copy (plagiarise) anyone else’s work, – Submit the design electronically as a .jpeg or .pdf file, or in hardcopy on paper no larger than A4

 The winner will receive a $1,000 cash prize, and have their work promote Youth Week in NSW through its posters and website. Entries close 5pm, Monday 16 November 2009.  For the full terms and conditions and more information, please visit the website at youthweek.nsw.gov.au

Louise McMorland, Youth Librarian, Manly Library

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