Here's the artwork for Queensland Youth Week 2020...
Congratulations to the winners of this year's Queensland Youth Week artwork competition!
We asked young Queenslanders to help us promote this year's Queensland Youth Week by designing a bright and attractive artwork that reflects this year's theme 'Yeah the youth!'. We were thrilled with the response.
Queensland Youth Week is all about celebrating young people aged 12-25 and what better way to start than having a young person design the artwork.
This year's winning artwork is 'Salad' by Hanna Jones (16) of North Ipswich.
Hanna said of her piece:
My artwork 'Salad' represents the passion and the lively diverse creativity of young Australians. It includes some of the goals and influential aspects of our lives including music culture and a collective drive to protect our environment. I enjoy experiencing and belonging in the creative community and seeing people the same age as me making a positive impact.
Congratulations Hanna! Hanna won a $500 gift card, a graphic design tablet and a mobile gimbal.
Visit the Queensland Youth Week website to download your youth week collateral and share the 'Yeah the youth!' message.
Two runners-up were also selected.
Congratulations to Murphy MacDonald-Smith (16) of Flagstone Creek and Kayla Smith-Bharda (21) of Koongal. They each won a $100 gift voucher.
Murphy's piece 'Building Our Future, Together'
Kayla's piece 'Photobooth'
Thank you to all who entered our competition. Check out the gallery to see some of the fantastic entries.
About Queensland Youth Week
Queensland Youth Week is an annual celebration of young people aged 12-25 and the enormous contributions they make to our communities.
Young Queenslanders have strong social values, are brimming with creative ideas, are energetic and display the qualities needed to be future leaders of our country.
Our goal is to strengthen opportunities for young people to be active participants in Queensland’s economic, social and cultural life.
This year, Queensland Youth Week will be held from 1–9 April 2020.