Challenge Art Competition open to NSW children in Foster Care or people with a disability

ARTISTS: Peter Crowley, Tamara Pearson, Michael Egan and Jason Roworth and Robert Schnebli invite you to submit your work of art the competition. Photo: Peter Hardin
ARTISTS: Peter Crowley, Tamara Pearson, Michael Egan and Jason Roworth and Robert Schnebli invite you to submit your work of art the competition. Photo: Peter Hardin

People with a disability and foster children are invited to evoke wonder and imagination through artwork. Entries are now open for the Challenge Community Services art competition.

The theme for this year is “Wonderland” allowing artists to be inspired by winter wonderland, Alice in Wonderland or their own fantasy wonderland.  Artists can enter a painting, drawing, sculpture or photograph. Entry to the competition is free with more than $2,000 in prize money.

“The entrants don’t need to be associated with Challenge they can be from any foster care agency or disability service from throughout New South Wales.” Challenge deputy CEO Stephen Doley said.

The artworks will be on display at Ray Walsh House, Tamworth from late November 2017 to January. For more information or an entry form Challenge Marketing on 6763 1828. Entries close on November 1.