Sleek Geeks Science Eureka Prize - The Australian Museum. Is there an entry fee?
No. The Sleek Geeks Science Eureka Prize is free to enter. Are home educated students eligible to enter? Yes. Students that are home-schooled in accordance with the relevant state or territory legislation are eligible to enter. I am in year seven, but still at primary school. As you are in primary school in the state where you are enrolled, you should enter the primary school category. Can an entry be made up of students from more than one school? How do I submit my short film? What if my short film is too long? I'm having trouble filling out the entry form. Please contact the Eureka Prizes team on 02 9320 6230 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There never used to be a theme, why have you introduced one? Each year we receive many short films, which in the past have explored a wide range of topics. The theme of 'big' has been selected for its wide scope of interpretation. I’ve entered the Eureka Prizes before, but my login details no longer work. Brain Bee Challenge 2021. Australian poetry projects, events and exhibitions by Australian writers. A new universe of Poetry Object has arrived!
Red Room Poetry is excited to be partnering in Australia with Copyright Agency to launch a regeneration of Poetry Object in 2020 and beyond. Red Room Poetry Object is Australasia’s largest free poetry-writing competition for young people and their teachers. Poetry Object ignites imaginations by inviting poems inspired by treasured, curious, everyday, extraordinary, interplanetary, or talismanic objects. We're creating a new space for poets to shape the worlds around them. From the memory of galactic stones to sneakers that glow in the dark, the satellites of mobile phones and comets of things past – a first tooth, a red ballet shoe, fake vampire fangs, a stamp collection holding secret light – we're looking for poets and poems that voice the hidden histories of special objects and talismans that we keep close through the orbit of our lives.
Australian submissions. Jacaranda Writing Competition. There are 39 prizes and accolades to be won:
HOME - Front Page. 2019 tech competition schedule. Wombat Books: Australian children's books - 2020 Illustration Challenge. We're seeking original illustrations from Australian school-aged students (aged 5 - 18) to publish in a unique picture book by the team at Wombat Books.
The Challenge has been established in order to provide aspiring young illustrators with the opportunity to be published in a professionally produced children's book and gain an introduction into the world of illustrating. Winning illustrations will be published in a new book which is due for release in 2021. Illustrators will receive two free copies of the book.
They will be acknowledged on the Wombat Books website and social media. Judging decisions will be made by the Wombat Books team of authors, editors and illustrators. This is the fourth challenge Wombat Books has run. Can I Sleep Tomorrow? When illustrating the book, choose animals, features, characters or anything related to the illustration suggestions. We want this book to be a real compilation of Aussie kids and Aussie places. Entry Instructions ENTRIES CLOSE 30 November 2020 1. 1. 2020 – Model Young Package. Enter Poetry, Short Story & Art Competitions from Write4Fun. Somerset Storyfest. Young Writers Award. Spooky Stories Competiton. 2020 Little Black Dress Spooky Story Competition Sponsored by Tabetha Beggs of Little Black Dress Productions Timeline Deadline: 11.59pm AWST Sunday 29 March 2020.
Shortlisted entrants will be notified mid-year by email. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the award ceremony has been cancelled, with winners to be announced via social media and email instead in late August/early September. The John Marsden & Hachette Australia Prize – Express Media. The John Marsden & Hachette Australia Prize for Young Writers is a developmental award open exclusively to Australian secondary school students in categories of fiction, nonfiction and poetry.
For young writers aged between 12 and 18, the prize provides an unforgettable experience. Fifteen shortlisted writers receive feedback on their work, are invited to meet John Marsden, and participate in an exclusive creative writing workshop and special event at the 2018 Melbourne Writers Festival. Prize winners will also receive a $500 cash prize and a book pack courtesy of Hachette Australia. The prize recognises excellence in three creative writing categories: fiction, nonfiction and poetry. Future Leaders - Awards. Future Leaders is a national Initiative about leadership and the future of Australia.
It seeks to involve, inform and inspire young people. Please Note: You are viewing the non-styled version of The Future Leaders website. Either your browser does not support Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) or it is disabled. The Future Leaders Awards recognise and reward young Australians who have shown strong leadership and potential. Dorothea Mackellar Poetry Awards. The Competitions. Get Songwriting Prize - University of Southern Queensland. Entries open Monday 2 March at 8.00am.
If you are a high school student in Years 9 -12, it is time to put your pen to paper or fingers to keys and try your hand at songwriting. Enter a song or two for your chance to win a prize pool valued at over $1700, including: $1000 worth of music equipment, products or services of your choice, Registration in the 2021 McGregor Summer Music Retreat, held in January 2021 at USQ Toowoomba. - Valued at $695. Registration at one of USQ's Two-Day Music Experiences held in July or September at USQ Springfield, including an opportunity to have your song recorded in our TV & Radio facilities - Valued at $50 In addition to the overall winner there will be two runners-up, these runners up will win: A prominent songwriting text and a $200 gift voucher to a music store of your choice.
Before entering, remember to read the terms and conditions and our helpful how-to-enter guide to make sure your submission is correct.