Creative submissions have been extended! The new deadline is Thursday 30 September.
Port Phillip's youth committee Vision FReeZA is creating their second annual magazine called Vision 2.0.
The theme of this issue is Future Vision.
This issue aims to showcase how young Victorian-based creatives are envisioning the uncertain days ahead, and the potential futures that they may help create.
City of Port Phillip’s FReeZA Youth Committee is looking for a diverse array of submissions in response to this theme. Unique and expansive interpretations of Future Vision are welcome.
“Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards.” — Soren Kierkegaard
Interested in submitting your work for Vision 2.0?
Submissions are open to anyone who meets the following criteria:
- Aged between 12 and 25 years
- Lives in Victoria
- Submits an original creative piece following the theme Future Vision. Examples of submissions include fine arts, creative writing, poetry, photography and performing arts.
These creative submissions are paid opportunities for you to share your art and creative writing pieces with the City of Port Phillip community in our publication.
Not all pieces that are submitted will be selected.
Creative submission selected for publication will have their work commissioned.
The selected artists that will be published will receive $75 and a hard copy of the publication.
Submit your application
Submissions have now closed.
The graphic designer (Ellen) will be in touch if they run into any issues with any of the images.
Successful submissions will be selected by a panel of local artists, from a variety of disciplines.
Key selection criteria include:
- Relevance to theme
Successful applicants will be contacted via email in October.
If you have any questions about your submission, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include ‘Vision 2.0’ in the subject line.
Vision FReeZA 1.0
Young people in the Victorian community have been significantly impacted by COVID-19 due to loss of casual employment, disruption to schooling, and few opportunities to socialise with peers.
As most of our community transitioned into the online world, what was missing was a connection, embodiment, and tactile experiences. This collective reflection allowed for the City of Port Phillip's 2020 FReeZA Committee, named 'Vision FReeZA', to combine the tactile sensation and promotion of emerging artists into a zine - a small self-published magazine.
'Vision' was thoughtfully constructed in hope to bring some of the experiences that were missing during much of 2020: connection, art, dance, language, culture, voice, humour and creativity.