SHOWCASE ESPERANCE Design Competition
Each year Esperance has the opportunity to showcase our local talent and our beautiful region to the thousands of people visiting Yagan Square in the Perth CBD.
The Shire of Esperance is holding a competition to find our favourite local design.
We are looking for design entries from individuals, schools, community groups and amateur & professional artists within the Esperance region.
The designs can be
- digitally created or
- physically created in ANY medium then digitized (photographed).
There is a prize of $500 worth of gift vouchers from local businesses to the winner and $50 gift vouchers for the four other category winners.
Councillors will judge the local designs with the winning design to be submitted for entry in the state-wide #shoWcAse in Pixels competition.
#shoWcAse in Pixels is WA’s biggest community arts project, featuring designs from Councils all over the state. The designs are displayed on the digital screen in Yagan Square, during the annual Local Government Convention each year.
All the information you need is attached below. All entries need to be submitted via email to the Shire of Esperance by Wednesday 30th June 2021, so get out your pencil-cases and paint-boxes, fire up the computer or clean the lens of your camera and get creative!
2019 Esperance #shoWcAse in Pixels Winning Design in Yagan Square
Image: WALGA; Banner Designer: Kimberley Morey
- 2020 # ShoWcAse in Pixels Competition
The 2020 contest ran a little differently as WA Local Government Association’s (WALGA) annual competition was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, not wanting to forgo the experience the Shire took up the reigns and proceeded with the event.
Pre-primary to year 3 – Spencer Pokela
Year 4 to year 6 – Ashton Mott
Year 7 to year 12 – Imogen Hine
Professional/digital – Jasmine Lewis
Non-professional & Overall Winner – Dot Labuscagne
- Previous Entries
Prior to 2019 the competition was called Banners in the Terrace and physical banners were produced of the winning enty for display along St Georges Terrace.
Many of the previous winning entries are on display in the Esperance Public Library