Tote Bag artwork design: Gold Coast Open House calls for entries

Gold Coast Open House is celebrating its fifth year in 2019, and you are invited to submit your artwork design for a commemorative tote bag celebrating the built environment of the Gold Coast.

Gold Coast Open House (GCOH) is an annual event that invites the public to explore the built environment of our city, from the 1800s to innovative recent projects by leading architects. Guided and self-guided tours invite you to experience how architecture and design have shaped the city we know today.

To mark their 5th anniversary, GCOH is seeking an original artwork that responds to its mission to open the doors to the city’s most curious, significant and iconic buildings, places and spaces.

This competition is open to individual artists, architects, landscape architects, engineers, interior designers, graphic designers, students and graduates at all levels of education and professional qualification residing or working within the City of Gold Coast or Tweed Heads metropolitan areas.

Artwork may be created via any medium and must be submitted digitally and suitable for print reproduction on fabric tote bags.

Eligibility, submission requirements, judging criteria, and terms and conditions of entry are enclosed, and available via the website.

Entries are open until 5:00pm on Friday 26 July 2019 via email

Prizes, courtesy of MinterEllison Gold Coast
• First prize: The winning artwork and artist’s name will be reproduced on GCOH 2019 tote bags, plus prizes valued at $1000, thanks to competition sponsor MinterEllison Gold Coast
• First Commendation: prizes valued at $500
• Second Commendation: prizes valued at $300
• Shortlist: Shortlisted artworks will be displayed at a public exhibition hosted by GCOH during October 2019.

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