WAITOC and the Swan Valley Visitor Centre invite all Whadjuk Artists and

Creative People to Submit an Art Piece that tells their Story of Country through Art.

This can be existing or new work - entered as digital or painted art pieces of any size.

The entries will be judged and the chosen piece will be digitised, enlarged and modified to fit the wall space.

The winning artist will receive a cash prize and promotion of their work.

Closing Date 31. August           More details here 

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