The Rules of Play are simple - there is a theme that must be expressed in your art work for it to be considered - 


Celebrating Diversity in the Murchison

The Murchison and its people are as different as you and I - we are a mix of our aboriginal, pastoral, mining, pioneering and entrepreneurial history. We came from all over the the country, and the world, to seek a better life here in the Murchison. The country here is as diverse as its people - red and oranges, greens and blues, white and black, you can find all the colours of the rainbow here in Cue. 

The competition is open to all artists. All work must be original and completed within the last 12 months from the closing date. 

You can use any media or art style you like, you are free to express yourself however you want. However the Shire of Cue reserves the right to reject any artwork deemed offensive

Entries need to be registered by 30th June 2020. Entry Registration is by completing the registration form, and emailing it to, along with a photo of your completed work. Photos of work must be high resolution (max 5Mb). Entries to be delivered to Cue Community Resource Centre, 72 Austin St, CUE by 1st September 2020.

Registration for the competition will be taken as permission to publish images of your work by the event organisers for promotional activities. Any work reproduced in this way will be given proper credit at all times. 

The judges are a mix of local residents and artists. Their decision will be final.

The winning piece will be made available for acquisition by the Shire of Cue and will be displayed in town for a minimum of 12 months with an acknowledgement of the artist.

Artists must be willing to join us in Cue on the weekend of QFest.

Artists who submit an entry will be eligible to apply for free exhibition space for other artwork for QFest.

Rules of Play