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Now that we are at home more than ever before we know that many of you have been doing some great new creative projects, sometimes with the whole family involved!
We want you to join Bankstown Arts Centre’s Creative Communities Challenge – send us your video, photo ,story or song recording and we will compile them as an online exhibition. By joining in you can also be in the draw for discounts for programs at the Arts Centre!
What to send us
The Creative Communities Challenge is open to any creative work as long as you send us a digital version of the work. Submissions may include: short films, photographs, paintings, digital animation, poems, songs, dance routines, performances, drawings, etc. Please ensure that your work does not infringe on someone else's copyright.
Important information about copyright and permissions
Your submission to the Creative Communities Challenge is your original work or a collaboration with others. This should not include the original work of any other artist who has not granted you the permission to share. If your work does include another's artwork, you are required to be given permission from the artist personally. If you are a musician, we want to hear your original song, rather than a cover of someone else's.
How should you submit your work?
We are asking you to document your creative project on your phone or computer and send it to us – photographs, video and digital images for online presentation. We are not looking for professional documentation
Copyright is retained by the artist(s) who provide a non-exclusive license to Canterbury Bankstown City for publicity purposes. Canterbury Bankstown City Council has the right to present the work but that you can also present it elsewhere.
Images provided will only be used in relation to this challenge. All work posted online will be accompanied by artists credits/acknowledgement. Send your work to firstname.lastname@example.org