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Competition: Future Visions

Entries are now open for the 2021 Future Visions visual arts competition. Open to all Darling Downs / Southeast Queensland High School art students in Years 11 and 12.
22 APR - 27 MAY 2021
USQ Art Gallery - A Block
The Visual Art, School of Arts & Communication is holding an annual art award for Darling Downs / Southeast Queensland High School art students in Years 11 and 12. The annual award and exhibition showcases the diverse, dynamic and emerging professional approaches to art making currently being created by Year 11 and 12 students in the region.

Judged and curated by Kylie Jenkins and Stephen Spurrier (USQ art lecturers and esteemed artists in their own right) the competition aims to encourage students to continue art making post secondary school and consider further study in the field.

This will be the 9th annual year of the exhibition that continues to attract a high calibre of emerging artists creating exciting and innovative art.

How to Enter

  1. Take a picture of up to three of your works. Please make sure it is a clear and accurate representation of the piece as this will be used to determine if you’re a finalist.
  2. Fill in the online entry form by clicking the ‘Enter Now’ button above
  3. Upload your images as well as a 25 word blurb about each of your works by following the prompts in the online entry process.
  4. Revise your entry and click submit!

Important Dates

  1. 31 March – Entries close
  2. 1 April – Finalists notified
  3. 19 April – Delivery of works to USQ Toowoomba
  4. 21 April – Judging to determine winners
  5. 22 April – Exhibition open to the public and announcement of winners
  6. 28 - 31 May - Collection of Works

Delivery of all artwork is the responsibility of the school or student submitting the work.

The exhibition of the finalists will run for 4.5 weeks. At the end of the exhibition each exhibiting individual will need to collect their work from the USQ gallery. The installation and de-installation of the artwork will be done by the Visual Art staff at the University of Southern Queensland.

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After floating between jobs and feeling a lack of direction, Dan began his journey at USQ studying what he is most passionate about – art. He has graduated from USQ with a Bachelor of Creative Arts (Honours) and a Doctor of Philosophy.

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