Score Board is a community project that does not discriminate between established artists and others. It aims to give a voice to the community, all parts of the community, in an as fair and democratic process as possible. It is open to individuals and groups, both formal and informal. So if you have something to say, and it can be said through art, then we want you to say it on our wall.
Submissions are now being sought from community groups, artists, individuals, schools and others wishing to take part in the Score Board program at the Western Plains Cultural Centre, Dubbo.
Reach out to our Education Officer, Phil Aitken at email@example.com to find out more. All submissions go through an assessment process and will receive feedback throughout the program and have the opportunity to promote themselves as a commissioned artist.
Check out some of our previous scoreboard submissions below.
Social Programming in Black and White
Lachlan Naef | Acrylic Paint on ply panel | 2020
With this work, the artist is making a commentary on the proliferation of social media and the impact it has on our lives. From what we might choose to view, to our purchasing habits and our responses to other posts, we are creating a digital footprint that can be tracked and potentially subverted.
Have your Say
After School Art Class with Jude Crawford-Watts | 2015
The very first Score Board Created by students from an after school art class under the guidance of artist Jude Crawford-Watts
Bunninyong Art Buddies | 2016