Make Your Mark Bookmark Competition

--Want to Make Your Mark and help tackle homophobia?
Make Your Mark is an art competition with a difference making a difference. Design your own book mark using themes of equality that challenge homophobia. Select entries, judged by a panel of LGBTQI young people, youth workers and artists, will be printed as limited edition book marks and distributed amongst local high schools and community libraries.
Theme: Support equality and challenge homophobia
Ages: 12-24
Want to have a go?
1)  Download the design template here pdf icon  Make your mark bookmark template (683.48kB)
2)  Submissions are now closed
Download and read the conditions of entry. DOCX icon  Make Your Mark Conditions v2 (101.53kB)

Submission file info: You MUST use the template provided. 2MB max. Accepted formats are jpg, png, gif, doc, pdf, zip

For more information contact
Hurstville City Council Youth Development Officer
Phone: 9330 6063
Hurstville Library Museum and Gallery
Phone: 9330 6111 Email


Selected 2015 Entires:

All love is real

Homophobia is an issue still very much present in today's society, however this can be fought against by raising awareness of the fact that there is indeed a diverse range of sexualities that people identify with, and all of them are equally valid.

# Put an end to homophobia

Stop homophobia

With the aim to conquer homophobia, my artwork focuses on belonging to the gay, lesbian and transgender community.

Love is love

Hands are for holding

Hands were made for holding, who are we dictate who can and who can't?