Day In The Country - 2 September 2023
Animal Sculpture Competition
FREE ENTRY - PADDOCK ART COMPETITION
Entries open 5 August and close 19th August
All entries will be on display until the day afer Day in the Country.
Please submit your “Animals in the Paddock” entry by:
• Filling in the form below
• Or, sending an email to email@example.com
(include Your Name, Title of Work, Address, Phone, Email, Description, Materials)
Subject matter: animals to be native animals, or an animal on your property. Materials used should be hardy enough to withstand the weather outside for the duration of the display period (about 2 weeks).
All works will be displayed outside in the elements for the duration of the exhibition so please make sure they will hold up, and not leak pieces and litter the area.
Prizes are still being sorted out and will depend on donations from local businesses so if you know anyone that might be interested pass on the sponsorship flyer (which you can download here).
1st Prize: A Ute Load of Worm Castings valued at $300
2nd Prize: A Worm Farm
3rd Prize: A Worm Starter Kit
All donated by
Winners announced on the 2nd September
We have two categories of entries and prizes. Big ones and Small ones. The Big ones will be displayed out the front of your property on and help get the hype going for the Day In The Country and will also be listed on a Animal Sculpture Map that will be available below for people to do art tours of the area during the course of the exhibition. The Small ones will be displayed out the front of the Hall and remain there for the duration of Day In The Country and the week prior to align with the opening of the Art Show.
BIG ones - at least 2 meters high.
To be displayed out the front of
your property and included on our
tour map by the 19th August.
Small ones - under 1 meter high.
To be taken to the hall for display
by 5pm on the 19th August.
Submit your sculpture
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