The Riddoch Arts & Cultural Centre is calling for submissions for the ‘My 2020 Poster Exhibition’. Entrants can design, draw, collage, photograph, print, paint, stitch, graph or even crayon a movie poster that captures the year that has been, through the artists eyes.
“2020 has been a big, strange, wild year for everyone, but it is our individual stories that give this time meaning,” City of Mount Gambier Arts and Culture Development Officer Serena Wong said.
Entries are now open, and everyone is eligible to enter to tell their story through a creative movie poster piece in a medium of the artists choosing.
You can live anywhere, be any age, tell any tale, just work it into a movie poster design.- City of Mount Gambier Arts and Culture Development Officer Serena Wong
Entries can be submitted via The Riddoch website at www.riddochartgallery.org.au or in person at the centre at 1 Bay Road.
Artists have until Sunday 30 November 2020 to submit their works for a chance to win a $100 voucher to spend at The Riddoch retail shop.
Winners will be chosen by popular vote and all entries will be displayed in the community gallery at The Riddoch from Saturday 19 December 2020 to Sunday 7 March 2021.
“This is a celebration of the good times and the terrible times, a chance to reflect, to get creative and to share your story.”
Media contact: City of Mount Gambier Communications Officer Ashlea Watson at email@example.com phone (08) 8721 2577.