Youth Photography Competition Now Open
What does inclusion mean to you?
That is the question we are asking in the inaugural Social Inclusion Week Youth Photography Competition.
We have $700 of prizes to give away, so if you are aged 12 - 25, grab a camera and submit your photo!
Theme: The theme is 'Inclusion - What it means to me' so take some time to think about the subject of inclusion and times you have seen or experienced it.
Entries: Open on the 8th October and close on the 17th November. You can submit up to five photographs per person, but each photo must have an entry form. Send your entries to email@example.com
The best photographs will be displayed at a Sundowner during Social Inclusion Week on Friday the 28th November.
If you have any questions or are having trouble downloading the form please call 08 9201 8900 or email Wendy Shenstone on firstname.lastname@example.org
This competition is a partnership between Inclusion WA, YACWA and Propel Youth Arts.
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