Hear Me, See Me Art Children's Art Competition Exhibition
The Queensland Family and Child Commission has launched the inaugural 2017 Hear Me, See Me Art Exhibition, encouraging Queensland children aged 5-18 years to share their voices and vision about the kind of world they want to live in.
Young artists are invited to submit a piece of original artwork on the theme ‘What does safety, love, joy, hope, trust and family look like to you?’
They can focus on one or two words, or all of them, and all types of artistic expressions are welcome.
Artists must complete the online entry form, write a brief explanation of their piece and attach a digital photograph or electronic copy of their artwork.
Shortlisted artists will be showcased in an exhibition event held in Brisbane on 1 September as a precursor to Child Protection Week (3-9 September).
This is a great opportunity for children’s voices to be heard and for their art to be seen by Members of Parliament, community and industry leaders, as well as art enthusiasts and the general public.