A new art competition open to school's in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs to repurpose rubbish into prize-winning artworks to showcase at the 2020 Bondi Ocean Lovers Festival - FREE ENTRY
Schools are invited to participate in the new Litterarty Schools Waste-Art Competition in Term 4 this year, with finalists exhibited at the second annual Bondi Ocean Lovers Festival at Bondi Pavilion from the 19 - 22 March 2020.
There will be prizes and a $5,000 prize pool to be won, provided by TOMRA, the world leading reverse vending company showcasing clean-loop recycling.
The competition is designed to promote concepts about closed loop recycling, litter and rubbish impacts on the oceans and creative and thoughtful ways to make better everyday decisions by turning trash to treasure.
The Litterarty competition is led by esteemed Award Winning Australian Environmental Artist and Ocean Lovers Festival Ambassador John Dahlsen.
Entering schools will receive a free talk on closed and clean loop recycling and collection bags provided by TOMRA plus an invitation to a special presentation for teachers and students with John Dahlsen at the festival in March. The first ten schools to sign up will receive a free Change Climate Australia Bio-Epoxy kit, a pioneering Australian invention.
Students will learn syllabus related content. See the download for further information.
The festival is supported by Waverley, Woollahra and Randwick Council Eastern Suburbs Sustainable Schools Network. Schools will be able to showcase environmental credentials, get teaching and physical resources, win prizes and involve students in excursions to come and participate in the festival.
Register your interest here
And fill in the Competition Entry Form
For Competition Guidelines click here