Update Tuesday 24 October:
This competition has now closed. The major prize winner is Teyahnee K from Queensland. Congratulations Teyahnee!
Love to create art? Enter this competition to be in the running to win a great prize!
The Tackling Indigenous Smoking art competition is open to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children aged 12 and under.
Create a design on the topic ‘Why life is better without smoking or vaping’ and submit to win.
The major prize
The winner’s design will feature in the Tackling Indigenous Smoking 2024 calendar, which is distributed nationally. The winner will receive:
How to enter
Entrants will draw, paint or create a piece of art on the topic ‘Why life is better without smoking or vaping’.
Entrants must send through a high resolution art scan (less than 10mb) along with their details via this link.
Entrants must provide their name, age, parent/guardian’s contact number, parent/guardian’s email address, school and state.
Art needs to be able to be reproduced in the NBPU TIS 2024 calendar. Entrants will:
Failure to follow the above guidelines may void entries.
Entries must be submitted by 5pm ACST on Monday 23 October 2023. One entry per child.
You can read the full competition details, including T&Cs and eligibility criteria here.
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