Waste to Art
The 2023 Waste to Art exhibition closed on 7 January 2024 with 135 entries displayed at Gatakers Artspace in Maryborough.
Thank you to everyone who took on the challenge of turning waste into art!
We are pleased to announce the following winners:
Over 18s Category
1st Prize – Lily Podger, Something to crow about
2nd Prize – Nora Hanasy, wa-STAG-e
3rd Prize – Adriana van Leeuwen, Milkmaid in jeans
12-17 Year Olds
1st Prize – Leo Baker, The Angler Fish
2nd Prize – Julia Mahne, Dress of distress
3rd Prize – Emily McGregor, Gherkins Garden
8-11 Year Olds
1st Prize – George Rowland, Re-cycle meadow
2nd Prize – Pippa Phillips, Garden Art
3rd Prize – Joni Cobbin, The Plastic Bag Princess
1st Prize – Bay Explorers Urangan Kindy, Penny the emu and Kev the Kiwi
2nd Prize – Busy Bees Fraser Coast, Bee Creative-Bee Cycle-Bee Sustainable
3rd Prize – Kate Sheppard, Rainbow Flower
Under 18’s – The Bits and Bobs of Consumerism – Archer Lorenz
Over 18 – Milkmaid in Jeans – Adriana van Leeuwen
Council has been running the Waste to Art competition for six consecutive years now.
The annual competition and exhibition aims to challenge our perception of waste and look more closely at what we are throwing away to see if it can be reused, repurposed, or upcycled rather than ending up in landfill.
Please refer to the COMPETITION FLYER for more information.
If you are interested in taking part in the 2024 Waste to Art competition, please sign up to our eNewsletter to stay up-to-date on the competition launch mid-year - www.frasercoast.qld.gov.au/enews