The CamerART photographic competition aims to capture original and striking moments in time about 'Living Local' which celebrates life in the City of Bayside through the eyes of the community.
Bayside is a vibrant, healthy and socially connected city of many cultures. We are looking for images that intrigue audiences, are thought provoking and stimulate reflection and interest of the lifestyles and cultures of Bayside.
You may portray any aspect of the City of Bayside, highlighting people, families and friends, brief encounters, places - architecture and heritage, landscapes, rivers and parks, progress and any interactions or integration of these elements.
CamerART Prize Categories
|Open (Amateurs and Professionals)
|- First Prize
- Highly Commended
|Sydney Airport Aviation Award
|(photo must be of Sydney Airport or a plane in flight with recognisable landscape associated with Sydney Airport e.g. over Botany Bay)
|Junior Prize (up to 12 years)
|Youth Prize (13 - 21 years)
|People's Choice Award
CamerART Key Dates
||Midnight Sunday 31 March 2019
||Friday 5 April 2019
|Voting for People's Choice* will open:
||5pm on Friday 5 April 2019 to midnight Monday 21 April 2019
||by Saturday 27 April 2019
*voting will be online on Council's Facebook and Instagram pages
Please download a copy of the Application Form and take the time to review the Terms and Conditions of this award and if applicable, download and use this copy of the competition Photo Release Form.
Please also have a look at this map of the Bayside Council Local Government Area if you have any doubts as to the location of your submission.
Entries close Midnight Sunday 31 March 2019. Entries are to be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any enquiries, please contact Council's Arts and Culture Specialist on 0447 097 502 or email Caroline Cortes.
Some of the winners from CamerART 2018
Open Category (Amateurs and Professionals) First Prize: The Path Not Taken by Yvonne Raulston
Open Category (Amateurs and Professionals) Highly Commended: Port Botany Terminal Operations by Mark Wong