Art Design Awards & Literary Competition

Our union’s annual Awards for Excellence in Art Design and Literary Competition help to recognise and encourage the artistic and literary talents of Queensland and Northern Territory students and teachers.

Literary Competition

Congratulations to all entrants in the 2021 Literary Competition.

A full list of winners, including Highly Commended places is here. 

Winning Entries

Section A – Non-fiction prose: Claire Howlett, Sommerville House

Section A – Short story: Tess Cummins, All Saints Anglican School

Section A – Poem: Barbara Vuskovic, St Monica’s College

Section B – Short story: Mia Raeli, Indooroopilly State  High School

Section B – Poem: Ella Schwarz, Kelvin Grove State College

Section C – Short story: Harry Petersen, Kelvin Grove State College

Section C – Poem: Hayes Butler-Dupuy, Mount Gravatt State High School

Section D – Short Story: Isabel Huang, Ironside State School

Section D – Poem: Allegra Clarke, All Saints Anglican School

Section E – Short Story: Sandra Minke, Immanuel Lutheran College

Excellence in Art Design Awards

Congratulations to all entrants in the 2021 Excellence in Art Design Awards, particularly those who received a Highly Commended Award or Award of Excellence.

A full list of winners can be viewed here.

Excellence in Art Design Awards

The Excellence in Art Design Awards invite entries from preschool, primary and secondary school students and teachers in non-government schools throughout Queensland and the Northern Territory.

Award categories:

  • Preschool/kindergarten
  • Prep – Year 2
  • Years 3-4
  • Years 5-6
  • Years 7-8
  • Years 9-10
  • Years 11-12
  • Open (Teachers and School Support Staff)
  • First Nations Art (Years 5-12)

Entry details

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Entries close Friday 23 July, 2021

Literary Competition

The Literary Competition invites Queensland and Northern Territory students and teachers to share their literary prowess by submitting either poetry, short stories or non-fiction prose.

It is Queensland’s longest running literary competition.

The competition is open to entrants from students (years 5-12) and teachers in Queensland state and independent schools and Northern Territory independent schools.

Competition categories:

  • Years 5-6
  • Years 7-8
  • Years 9-10
  • Years 11-12
  • Open (Teachers and School Support Staff)

Entry details

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Entries close Friday 18 June, 2021