Threatened Species Art Competition

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Threatened Species Art Competition

Posted on: 16.05.2016

The Threatened Species Art Competition (TSAC) is a regional environmental education program, that encourages all young people aged 5-12 across the Macarthur region to learn about a local threatened species and represent it in a piece of creative artwork.

The Macarthur region, our backyard, is home to a wide diversity of native plants and animals. Many of these plants and animals are at risk from a range of threatening processes such as habitat loss, competition with and predation by introduced species and disease.

Through these artworks, the competition highlights the plight of our threatened species and the need for everyone to do their bit to help protect and enhance their survival both now and into the future.

Prizes

Each year, there are some fantastic environmentally themed prizes to be won by both individual winners and participating schools. This year, Australian Botanic Garden Mount Annan has come on board and will be helping to make those prizes even greater.

The prize values for each age category is listed below:

  • First Place: TSAC Eco Pack valued between $150 and $250
  • Second Place: TSAC Eco Pack valued between $50 and $100
  • Third Place: TSAC Eco Pack valued up to $50

How to enter

The competition opens on Tuesday July 19 and closes Wednesday 24 August. When you are finished, simply drop  off your entry or send it to your local council with an entry form attached.

If you are a school, particpating in this competition as part of your classroom learning, you can enter each student with an individual entry form or enter your class under one school entry form. We will send each school in the Macarthur region a Teachers's Toolkit as part of this competition.

Send your entry to:

Attn: Environment Unit
Wollondilly Shire Council
PO Box 21, Picton NSW 2571

or

Drop in to Council at:

Wollondilly Shire Council Administration Building
62 - 64 Menangle Street
Picton NSW 2571

Contact

For more information contact Council's Environmental Education Officer on 4677 1100.

Downloads

Threatened Species Entry Form 2016 - Individual Entry

Threatened Species Entry Form 2016 - School Entry