In 2020 the City of Kalamunda’s programming went virtual after
the expansion and disruption of COVID-19. This change in pace,
engagement and impact on community connection inspired
the year’s Young Creatives Kalamunda programming to be an
intergenerational anthology, a compilation of our community’s
stories surrounding the theme:
The Change. From this concept,
we received a multitude of stories, artworks and poems
showcasing unique, personal outlooks and commentaries on
the evolving world around us, of ageing, changes in circumstance
and even a little magic.
We hope that these works, which have all been showcased in
this anthology invoke a sense of connection to the community,
offer a new perspective on your perception of normal, and
incite a reflection of your own vision of the year beyond 2020,
the year of change.
Download the 2021 Anthology Collection Publication 'The Change'
Are you a keen writer or artist and want to have your work published in a community anthology? Create a story, poem or digital art piece and submit it via the website for the chance to be featured in a published anthology.
This theme is broad and can be included in your work in any way you like so long as the theme, ‘the change’ is clearly conveyed to the judging panel. This theme applies to every category of the competition - both artworks and writing.
Free Entry - Open to all ages - 3 entrant categories: Under 18s | Over 18s | Over 55s
Prize: Being selected to have your work included and published in an anthology! This is a great opportunity for upcoming authors and artists to gain print exposure in a publication that will be distributed across the City of
Kalamunda. The top submission in each category will also receive an assorted artist/writer prize pack!
Submission Dates:Opened: 3 July 2020 | Closed: 11 October 2020
Please note: Anthology editors have the final say on works selected for the final publication and no further negotiations will be entertained.Authors and artists still retain publishing rights to their works.
A competition handbook was available.
An online application form attaching the final electronic copy of your work was provided. Applicants had to outline the title, word count or artwork dimensions (whichever applied to the piece) and outline how the theme has been included
in the work.2020 SUBMISSIONS ARE NOW CLOSED
Have more questions, want to discuss your idea?
Contact the City of Kalamunda via 9257 9968 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Whadjuk Noongar People as the Custodians of this land. We also pay respect to all Aboriginal community Elders, past, present and future who have and continue to reside in the area and have been an integral part of the history of this region.