VPSC is holding an art competition for people with disability.

(Updated 6 July 2018)

The winning artwork will feature on the Victorian public sector’s first ever Disability Employment Action Plan.  VPSC is developing the action plan in close consultation with government departments, agencies and offices. The plan is a collective commitment by the sector to provide flexible and sustainable employment for people of all abilities, lifting representation to 6% by 2020.

The art competition is open to Victorian residents with disability. Artworks must be designed around the theme “a fully inclusive workplace” and be less than two metres in size. Refer to the art competition terms and conditions for more detail. There is a prize purse of $5000 to be won. This includes $2500 prize money and a $2500 licence fee for use of the artwork.

VPSC has invited more than 50 disability organisations to promote the art competition in the lead up to the launch of the Disability Employment Action Plan.

The competition has now closed.
Thanks to everyone who submitted an entry.
The winner will be announced soon.

There is a place for everyone in the Victorian public sector.

Contact: Elizabeth Parkinson on (03) 9651 0845 or elizabeth.parkinson@vpsc.vic.gov.au

Download the Art competition poster (PDF, 1.14MB)

Download the Easy English poster (PDF, 1.8MB)

Download the application form (DOC, 130KB, 2 pages)

Download the Art competition terms and conditions (DOC, 135KB, 3 pages)

Learn more about the Disability Employment Action Plan

Listen to the audio information file