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Watershed Art Prize – Entries close 22nd April

Watershed Art prize 2010, is an initiative of the City of Salisbury, with the 1st Prize sponsored by the International Centre of Excellence in Water Resource Management.
Artists have the opportunity to submit artworks which focus on water sustainability and wetland biodiversity, and will be displayed at the John Harvey Gallery.
This year the 1st prize is acquisitive and winner will receive $5,000.
2nd Prize of $1,000 and 3rd Prize $500 are non acquisitive.
Artwork entries close April 22 and the winners announced April 29.
The City of Salisbury is continually striving to promote sustainable energy saving practices and is actively implementing Australia’s first totally integrated water management plan to efficiently harvest and manage systems for rainwater, stormwater, ground water, recycled waste water and potable water.
The International Centre of Excellence in Water Resources Management (ICE WaRM) provides a national focus and international gateway to Australia’s education, training and research expertise in water management.
For all enquiries contact Steve Davidson, Art Prize Administrator on 8406 8469 or email

Watershed Art prize 2010, is an initiative of the City of Salisbury, with the 1st Prize sponsored by the International Centre of Excellence in Water Resource Management.

Artists have the opportunity to submit artworks which focus on water sustainability and wetland biodiversity, and will be displayed at the John Harvey Gallery.

This year the 1st prize is acquisitive and winner will receive $5,000.

2nd Prize of $1,000 and 3rd Prize $500 are non acquisitive.

Artwork entries close April 22 and the winners announced April 29th.

The City of Salisbury is continually striving to promote sustainable energy saving practices and is actively implementing Australia’s first totally integrated water management plan to efficiently harvest and manage systems for rainwater, stormwater, ground water, recycled waste water and potable water.

The International Centre of Excellence in Water Resources Management (ICE WaRM) provides a national focus and international gateway to Australia’s education, training and research expertise in water management.

For all enquiries contact Steve Davidson, Art Prize Administrator on 8406 8469 or email [email protected]

Check out the City of Salisbury’s website to download an entry form.

Good luck!

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