ALL-IN FOR ART
inclusive competition, exhibition & experience.

Designed to increase inclusivity in the community and foster attitudinal change, ‘All-in for Art’ was an inclusive competition, exhibition & experience – and the first opportunity for many artists with disability to exhibit and sell their art.

Sponsored by Gawler Council and focused on the theme ‘What does inclusion mean to you?’, 50 local Barossa region artists entered the competition. A total of 65 pieces of art were exhibited and viewed by over 225 visitors.

For many artists, it was their first opportunity to sell pieces and support their micro enterprises. Four pieces of art were sold throughout the exhibition.  

GAWLER'S INCLUSIVE ART COMPETITION, EXHIBITION & EXPERIENCE

Thank you to everyone who entered our competition, came to the exhibition and took part in our all-inclusive art experiences.

 

Prize Awards

Inclusion Theme (7-15 yrs)
WINNER: Allera HeggieRUNNER-UP: Bobby

Open Category
all ages included in exhibition

Inclusion Theme (16+ yrs)
WINNER: Karen Adams RUNNER-UP: Samuel Paterson

Call for entries

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About You

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About Your Artwork

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Terms & Conditions

As part of this exhibition, identified entrants will be filmed and interviewed and profiles played during the exhibition. Please tick if you would like to be involved (if selected)

This submission is my own work, and I own the copyright to this design.

Feros Care recognises the need for people to have support. Please tick if you had support to complete your art work

Feros Care is unable to facilitate the sale of any pieces of artwork but we are able to pass on your name, contact number and email address to any interested buyers for them to make contact with you directly.

I will be delivering my artwork to the below Feros Care Office:

If I am under 18 I have received my parent or guardian's consent to enter.

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   This exhibition and event is sponsored by Gawler Council