Waste to Art
2 – 16 May 2015
Waste to Art is a community art exhibition and competition that showcases creative works made from reused & recyclable waste materials. This initiative invites schools, community groups and individuals to turn rubbish into an art form of their choice, from sculptures to clothing.
The Waste to Art Community Art Exhibition is open to all community members, artists and schools located in the Blue Mountains City Council area. Entries are invited in 4 different categories: Primary School, High School, Community and Open.
Winners in each category will be selected by a panel of judges.
Winners will be announced at the Opening of the Waste to Art Exhibition at the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre.
Challenge the way we look at waste!
The winning artworks from each four categories will then be displayed at the Regional Competition in Bathurst in July 2015
This project is funded and presented by the Blue Mountains City Council.
IMAGE: ANNA DI MEZZA Trash Can Mona 2014 – Winner of the People’s Choice Awards.
View all Waste to Art 2015 works online HERE
WASTE TO ART 2015 WINNERS ANNOUNCED
Congratulations to this year’s Waste to Art Category Winners! Winner were announced at the official exhibition opening by the Mayor Cr. Mark Greenhill. The category winners will be displayed in this year Regional Finalist Exhibition in Bathurst in July 2015.
No 83 Absolum
Karen & Jessica Stevenson
No 20 Tea for Two
Blue Mountains Grammar School Preparatory Campus
No 82 Dragon Flies
Kindle Hill School
No 75 Necklace by Ada Blaxland
Katoomba Public School
High School 2D
No 2-D entry was received.
High School 3D
No 38 A Seated Dragonfly by Fly by Rohan Grant – Dawes
High School 3D
NO 9 Asha Finn
Mountains Christian College
High School Functional
No 23 A Midsummer Night’s Dream by years 7,8,9 and 10
Kindle Hill School, years 7,8,9 and 10
No 26 Once Upon an Attic, mixed media
by Romy Roeder
No 15 Save our Sisters by Catriona Paterson
No 89 Squidish Costume,
by Anne Hortense
No 46 The Dragon Roars
by Wendy Lenthen
No 86 Ms Bling, mixed found objects
By Danny Vendramini
No 36 Blue Bowl
by Robyn Austin