The competition is open to Queensland residents aged 13 to 25.
Entrants should submit their artwork via the competition entry form at www.qld.gov.au/ehub by Friday 25 January 2019.
Queenslanders with limited internet access can contact the Office for Youth on firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an alternate submission method.
Entrants under the age of 18 must have parent or guardian consent to enter via the consent form. This signed form must be included as part of the PDF entry.
First place creative will:
be used by the Queensland Government (in whole or in part) on promotional material for Queensland Youth Week 2019
have its creator publicly credited for their work, featured as part of Queensland Youth Week 2019 promotions
receive 1x $500 Visa gift card and a Sony HX350 compact camera valued at $499.
Two runners-up will receive 1x $100 JB Hi-Fi gift voucher each.
Entries must be the entrant's original work. Work subject to copyright of another party cannot be accepted.
If any images of people are used in the design, and they are identifiable, they will each need to have signed the Queensland Government image consent form. Images cannot be reproduced without this consent. These signed forms must be uploaded via the competition entry form at www.qld.gov.au/ehub.
By entering this competition, intellectual property (including copyright, trade mark, design, patent, other proprietary rights) of all work submitted is assigned to the Queensland Government.
Entrants retain the right to include their entered work in their portfolio.
If selected as the winning entry, the entrant will be asked to resubmit their design with the following preferred file requirements (however similar file formats and/or programs will be accepted):
If artwork is created offline (ie painting, sketch or other) the original piece must be available for high resolution scanning.
If artwork is created digitally, image files must be at a high resolution (300dpi) to facilitate publication in print form. Indesign, Photoshop, Illustrator or similar programs are preferred, however not mandatory.
Entries that do not meet the design brief and/or competition terms and conditions will be deemed ineligible for judging.
A selection panel comprised of departmental representatives and young people will shortlist entries for a final decision by the Minister for Youth.