Each year Resene is approached by a wide variety of groups creating murals. With most of this dedicated effort receiving only local community attention, Resene runs a Resene Mural Masterpieces Competition each year so that we can all enjoy the works that are created, no matter where they are. There is $7000 worth of prizes to be won.
Entry is easy - simply register your details online or drop into any Resene ColorShop and pick up a copy of the Mural Masterpieces Competition flyer. Send the completed registration to Resene and you'll receive an entry pack containing all the information you'll need to get started.
* Best School Mural – primary and secondary
* Best Community Mural
* Best Professional Mural
* Best Mural Design
Entry is open to all ages and all mural types, so get your creative juices and paintbrushes fired up. Entries must be for murals in Australia or New Zealand using Resene paints. All entries must have the small Resene sign permanently affixed on/immediately next to the mural. In some cases, this may be painted into the mural. If you are unable to finish your mural in time for the closing date in the year you have entered, you are welcome to enter the mural using the entry form you have as soon as it is ready and we will include it in the next round of judging.
NZ entrants will receive a paint and accessories discount offer with their entry pack.
Murals are judged on their creativity, uniqueness, the impact/improvement they make to the area and the general finish/style. Mural designs are judged on the impact they are likely to make to the area they are intended for, the likelihood that the design will be able to be reproduced well and the intended location of the mural (e.g. where it is going, why and does the mural design suit that location).
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