What does gambling harm mean to you?
Are you an artist aged 16 to 25 years who lives, works, studies or plays in Melbourne’s west?
Do you want to be involved a public art project in Brimbank?
The Young Leaders of the West program invites you to submit a design that speaks to the theme what’s the harm in gambling? You’ll be in the running to work with a professional artist to design and deliver a mural that’ll get you huge attention. T&Cs apply, see below. This is your chance to make a change in your local community. Good luck!
Entries open Saturday 25 June and close at 11.59pm on Sunday 24 July.
How to submit your entry
Entries must be accompanied by this participation form to be considered.
Via email: Send your one page design along with your details to email@example.com with the subject line Gambling harm mural competition.
In person: Drop by the St Albans Community Centre and your design with reception. Make sure include your name, phone number and email address.
Need some inspo?
Check out these links filled with gambling harm info and stories of real people with lived experience.
Terms and conditions
Conditions of entry
- All entrants must live, work, study or play in Brimbank
- Entrants must be aged between 16-25 years old
- Entries close 11.59pm, Sunday 24 July, AEST. Any entries submitted after this will not be considered
- Entries must include a participation form to be considered
- All entries must be suitable for a general audience. No swearing, nudity, violence, racist or deliberately offensive entries.
- All entries can be used by Brimbank Arts & Culture and IPC Health in their promotional material
- Entries will be judged by a project control group made up of Brimbank Arts & Culture staff, IPC Health staff, two representatives from Young Leaders of the West and the lead artist.
- Judges’ decisions on the selected winner/s are final
- Winner/s will be notified via email on Wednesday 27 July