I love Wollongong because...
'I love Wollongong because...' invites young people to capture what they love about Wollongong in an image and submit it to be part of a public exhibition. Twenty images will be exhibited on panels on the exterior walls of Wollongong Youth Centre. Others will be displayed in the exhibition space inside the building.
Three exhibitions will be presented in 2019.
To be considered for the next exhibition you must be a student of the Wollongong Flexible Learning Centre.
If you'd like your school to be part of this program, email or call Wollongong Youth Services on (02) 4227 8222.
To take part in this program you will need to submit a digital file that meets the following minimum requirements:
- Pixels: 1000p (wide) x 3000p (high)
- Format: JPEG
Ideally, make your image the highest quality resolution possible. The image will be printed on a panel that is 600mm (wide) x 1800mm (high) at 72 dpi.
You can resize your image before you submit it. We recommend using programs such as Photoshop Elements or Paint.net. If you don’t have access to these programs you can try using picresize
You will need to submit your image to your school with a completed copy of the terms and conditions form PDF, 253.5 KB.
To be considered for the next exhibition your image must be received before 14 October 2019.
An exhibition of images by students from the Flexible Learning Centre will be launched at Wollongong Youth Centre, on Friday 29 November 2019.
The exhibition will run from 29 November 2019 - March 2020.
Read the terms and conditions below.
You'll need to print this document and fill it in to be part of the project. Anyone under 18 needs to get their parents’ permission too.
Upload the completed form when you submit your image.
For more information, email or call Wollongong Youth Services on (02) 4227 8222.
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