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Calling young artists and directors

The search is on for a budding Picasso or Dreamworks director as Gippsland Water celebrates national Water Week with a poster and short film competition for students.

The winners in each of the categories for poster and short-film will receive $150 in either iTunes or Google Play cards. Primary school students are invited to enter an A3 poster in any medium on the theme “Water: live it, love it!” There will be two sections: Prep to Year 3 and Year 4 to 6.

The short film category on the same theme is open to upper primary and junior secondary students from Year 4 through to Year 9. Entries must be original ideas and can be either filmed or animated, including stopmotion, but must be two minutes or less.

The winning works will be shown on Gippsland Water’s website, so entrants must make sure they are not using any other artists’ copyright material or music.

Students can enter either individually or as part of a group, by the closing deadline Friday 7 November. The entry form and full terms and conditions are available on

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