Habitus asks, ‘What does ‘Home’ mean to you?’, offering you the chance to feature your artwork at Sydney Indesign and win fantastic prizes.
July 30th, 2013
For this year’s Sydney Indesign, Habitus will be curating an exhibition of the best responses to the question ‘What does ‘Home’ mean to you?’ with a suite of prizes for outstanding entries.
Selected submissions will be printed in high resolution and exhibited in a creative display within the Habitus Pavilion (a soaring installation designed by Loop Creative) at Galleria. A collection of the most beautiful and interesting responses will also feature on habitusliving.com, accessing a readership of 30,000 viewers per month.
Responses can take the form of a photograph, drawing, painting, collage, poem, lyric of a song – anything that will fit on an A3 sheet of paper and be submitted digitally. And submissions can be both original works by you or by another artist/author; both the submitter and the author of the work will be credited.
Submissions must also be accompanied by a short (25 words or less) explanation of how they express what ‘Home’ means to you.
If submitting an image, bear in mind that its quality will be an important factor affecting its inclusion in the exhibition – so please, ensure that your image is as sharp, well-lit, and as high resolution as possible.
To submit your response, click here. (A3 specifications are: 420x297mm or 1191 x 842 pixels, with ideal dpi at 300).
The exhibition will be on display in the Habitus Pavilion at the Galleria throughout Sydney Indesign, from August 15-17. To see the exhibition and participate in the full range of Sydney Indesign exhibits and events register here.
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