Cardinia Youth Fest 2023 Tiny Art Expo
** Update – the Tiny Art Show has been extended until close of business on October 31, 2023.
Enjoy making art? What about TINY ART? We are inviting Myli members aged 12-25 to exhibit in Cardinia’s 2023 Youth Fest Tiny Art Expo.
What is Tiny Art?
We realise ‘tiny’ is very subjective! For this expo, any type of art is accepted in any medium (within the terms & conditions), but canvases must be no larger than 10cm across. Sculptures must be no larger than your palm. Digital photography is accepted, but it will be printed in a small format for display. A limited number of tiny art canvases will be available from Emerald, Pakenham and the Cardinia Mobile Library.
How to Enter –
Fill in a registration form at your participating library branch (Emerald, Pakenham or Cardinia Mobile) or online.
Gather your materials and create your tiny artwork
Submit your artwork anytime until October 31 2023 at the same branch where you registered
Voter’s Choice Judging –
Artwork will be displayed in our Cardinia Shire library branches from November 2-16 2023. Public voting for prizes for the Tiny Art Expo event will take place at this time at participating library locations. Event attendees aged 12-25 years will be invited to vote for their favourite artworks based on creativity, originality, and adherence to the theme. Each voter can choose 3 of their favourite artworks and vote only once. The artwork with the most votes at each library wins the major prize. The one with the second most votes wins 2nd place, and the third one wins 3rd place. Voting will close on November 16 and votes will be tallied before close of business November 20.
Artwork collection –
All artwork submitted to the competition can be collected from the library between 20 November – 4 December 2023.
Need more info?
For any inquiries regarding the competition, please contact Ivy at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 03 5940 6200.
Click here to view Cardinia Youth Fest 2023 Tiny Art Expo Terms and Conditions
This program is supported by the Victorian Government.