Entries are being taken for the front page of the Benalla Ensign's 2014-15 Benalla and District Local Telephone Directory.April 3, 2014 9:09am
Get your art here: Entries are being taken for a competition to decide the photograph or artwork for the area’s next phone book cover.
Benalla and district photographers and artists are invited to enter the Benalla Ensign’s 2014-15 Benalla and District Local Telephone Directory cover competition.
Residents are encouraged to submit paintings, drawings or photographs that reflect Benalla and district.
The winning piece will feature on the front of the directory, which is delivered to every household in Benalla and district.
Submissions should be rectangular, keeping in mind that the phone book logo will be printed across a section of the design.
Drop your entry in to the Ensign office at 3/55 Carrier St or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, April 11, at 11am. Emailed images must be at least 500
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