Activities & Events

My 2020 – Poster Exhibition – Call for entries!

We want to share your story! 

2020 has been a big, strange, wild year for everyone, but it’s our individual stories that give this time meaning. We want you to design, draw, collage, photograph, print, paint, stitch, graph or even crayon a movie poster that captures your year. Send it to us online or drop off in person and we’ll display it in our community gallery later this year.

You can live anywhere, be any age, tell any tale, just work it into a movie poster design. This is a celebration of the good times and the terrible times, a chance to reflect, to get creative and to share your story. So, what are you waiting for? 

The winner will be chosen by popular vote and will receive a $100 voucher for art supplies from The Riddoch Shop.

Entries are NOW OPEN and may be submitted online or in-person by dropping off to The Riddoch.

All entries need to be A4 or A3 in size. If you are uploading via our website, please make sure the image is high resolution (300dpi) and either a pdf, jpg or eps file.

Please note that entries dropped off in-person are unable to be returned . 

Exhibition will be on display from 18 December 2020 – 7 March 2021.


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Image: Belinda Bonney, Reconciliation of the Nation: we all walk together as one (detail)